Content of vol. 1-15
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL.15 (2005):
Editorial / by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen
The council chambers in the UN Building in New York / by Ingeborg Glambek
Glass storage jars by Electrolux / by Thomas Lindblad
Russian inspiration on Norwegian enamel- and silversmith’ art / by Widar Halén
The legacy of Ulm. A Finnish perspective on industrial design and design education in the 1960s and 1970s / by Susann Vihma
Contact with Ulm / by Kerstin Wickman
Norway before Bauhaus. The teaching of Norwegian Design 1919-1952 / by Kirsten Ruud Salomonsen
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL.14 (2004):
Is the aim still the same? Museums of Decorative Art in the 21st Century / by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen
Throughout any scale. Design as Thinking in Totalities / by Anders V. Munch
Influence of “Universal Design Principles” on the idea of haute couture. The Aesthetics of Charles Blanc / by Louise Fussing
“The miracle of Milan”. Finland at the 1951 Triennial / by Harri Kalha
Skønvirke. A short Essay on National Aspects in Danish applied Art around 1900 / by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL.13 (2003):
Editorial: A Challenge!
Patterns of Culture in Global Fashion: Production, Representation and Agency / by Lise Skov
A Plus for Norwegian Design: Aiming for Design in the "Golden Age" of Norwegian Decorative Art / by Wenche Anette Johannessen
Blonde Wood among the Gum Trees: Scandinavian Influences in Furniture Design in Australia, 1930-1975 / by Simon Jackson
The Add House Style: Swedish Modern as a Sales Argument in the 1950s / by Helena Kåberg
Formative Design Developments in Iceland: The Heritage of G.F. Hetsch / by Arndís S. Árnadóttir
Museum-like": The Role of the Nordic Museums in Relation to the Lunning Prize and its Intentions / by Astrid Skjerven
Visionaries and Weathercocks: Norwegian Furniture Design c. 1920-1965 / by Kjetil Fallan
The Mysterious Oilcloth Wall Covering: Aspects of the Production of Wall Coverings in the 18th Century / by Ewa Kron
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL.12 (2002):
On Seeing Design as Redesign: An Exploration of a Neglected Problem in Design Education / by Jan Michl
Myths and Mysteries of Finnish Design: Reading "Wirkkala" and the National Nature Paradigm / by Harri Kalha
"Easier Said Than Done": Craft, Design and Industry in the Year 2001 / by Ursula Munch-Petersen
The Artist and the Craftsman: A Successful Combination in the Swedish Glass Industry / by Gunnel Holmér
Designers, Glass Makers and Rationalisation / by Kaisa Koivisto
Changing Meanings of a Piece of Furniture: Variations on the Theme of a Sauna Stool / by Mirva Mattila
Batik in the 1920s: an Old Technique for Modern Textiles / by Kirsten Toftegaard
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 11 (2001):
Rhetoric and action: Design policies in Finland at the beginning of the third Millennia / by Pekka Korvenmaa
Has design history anything to do with art history? / by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen
Three theories of quality / by Magnus Rönn
Design as Gesamtkunstwerk: Historical transformations of a vision from Wagner and Morris to Verner Panton / by Anders V. Munch
"The Gothic service" and the indtroduction of service à la Russe in Scandinavia / Widar Halén
"Bygge och Bo": The building and home exhibitions, forerunner to the 1930 Stockholm Exhibition / by Maria Perers
A matter of taste: Cubist printed furnishing from the 1950s. A subjective and aesthetic perspective / by Birgit Lyngbye Pedersen
Constructivism and children's books in Soviet avant-garde propaganda art / by Tatiana Saarinen
Trumping trompe-l'oeil / by Reese Palley
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 10 (2000):
A jury member's notes: Erik Folcker in Turin 1902 / by Elisabet Stavenow-Hidemark.
Tasteless "japonaiseries"?: The concept of kitsch in two collections of japonaiseries / by Anna Kortelainen.
Kaj Franck & Kilta: Gendering the (aesth)ethics of modernism / by Harri Kalha
The hunt for authentic tradition: Or how Irish applied arts were conceived in Copenhagen / by Steen Ejlers
The offset philosophy in practice: Posters by the artits of the "Eks-skole" / by Lars Morell
What's the point / by Mirham Gelfer-Jørgensen
Art textile in the architectural space: The Finnish experience / by Kirsti Salo-Mattila
Fine flax, good yarn and proper weaving: Factory textile production in the 19th century / by Charlotte Paludan
Is all human creation design?: Review article / by Hanne Horsfeld
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 9 (1999):
Anna Petrus: a forgotten Decorative Artist / by Marie Rehnberg.
Modern Swedish design in France / by Kerstin Wickman.
The patent that revolutionised the furniture industry the world over / by Widar Halén.
Markets, marketing and design: the Danish furniture industry c. 1947 - 1967.
Vernacular furniture crafts to design: Icelandic Furniture 1900-1945 / by Árndis S. Árnadóttir.
Untangling the Scandinavian Blonde: modernity and the IKEA PS Range Catalogue 1995 / by Susan Hove.
The Finnish glass designer: Kaisa Koivisto / by Göran Hongell.
The industrial designer Sigvard Bernadotte / by Karl Gustavson and Yngve Nygren.
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 8 (1998):
Design-business interaction : an anthropological excursion into two professional cultures / by Karen Lisa G. Salamon.
Present-day Swedish furniture manufacturing and design / by Gunilla Frick.
The Scandinavian ideal : a model for design in Ireland / by Paul Caffrey.
Innovations-fusions-provocations : Verner Panton´s Seating 1955-1970 / by Hanne Horsfeld.
Norwegian Wood? : Scandinavian Design in Britain 1950-65 / by Kevin Davies.
A Norwegian toilet and jewelery set of regal dimensions / by Widar Halén.
History in glass : the Hoen Goblet / by Randi Gaustad.
The role of a decorative arts museum : mirror of society or independent "oasis" / by Anniken Thue.
Helena Dahlbäck Lutteman in memoriam / by Dag Widman.
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 7 (1997):
Arne Jacobsen and his laminated chairs / by Bård Henriksen.
Designing a room of one's own : the architect Aino Mariso-Aalto and Artek / by Renja Souminen-Kokkonen.
Twentieth century Danish furniture design and the English vernacular tradition / by Kevin Davies.
Architects in Danish graphic design / by Steen Ejlers.
Neo-Empire : another classicism in Danish furniture / by Kirsten Nørregaard Pedersen.
Thomas Wardle once more / by Elisabet Stavenow-Hidemark.
Ferdinand and Anna Boberg's remarkable design for the decorative arts / by Ann Thorson Walton.
Cultural values and tangible forms : the construction of artefacts and cultural identity / by Merete Christensen.
Design for quality of life / by Tore Kristensen.
Connections : important tasks for art and design libraries / by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen.
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 6 (1996):
Ursula : the craftsman returns to industry / by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen.
"Vævestuen" : the national tradition as basis for modern weaving / by Ingeborg Cock-Clausen.
Radical change or stagnation? : Swedish post-war decorative art / by Gunilla Frick.
"Material, technique, and requirements" : Arne Korsmo's flatware / by Astrid Skjerven.
A paradise called Finland / by Kerstin Smeds.
Beautiful glass for everyone / by Kaisa Koivisto.
The problem of the nestable chair : from the Z chair to the Boman chair / by Maija Mäkikallo.
Glass and milk : new materials in Astris Stampe's textiles / by Marianne Erikson.
Women in Finnish textile design : a successful group of artists / by Päikki Priha.
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 5 (1995):
Poetry in glass : Émile Gallé and the Danish Museum of Decorative Art / by Marianne Ertberg.
Ceramic sculpture : a synthesis of form and color / by Hanne Honnens De Lichtenberg.
The lion and the coffee cup : a traditional craft in a modern design context / by Harri Kalha.
Memories of the weaver Gerda Henning / by Vibeke Klint.
Swiss shantung, French chintz, and English cretonne : a Swedish interior design company's imports in the 1930s / by Sigrid Eklund Nyström.
Marie Gudme Leth : a pioneer in Danish textile design / by Charlotte Paludan.
National typography : as examplified by Akke Kumlien / by Magdalena Gram.
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 4 (1994):
The virtues of craft : a key to rejuvenation og Scandinavian design? / by Tore Kristensen.
Modern eclecticism or aesthetic kinship? : reflections on 20th-century Japan inspiration / by Harri Kahla.
Gerhard Munthe and "The movement that from Japan is moving across Europe now" / by Widar Halén.
Apropos : a classicist-Japonist symbiosis / by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen.
Splendor in defeat : Danish court jewelry by Paul Kurtz and his workshop / by Jørgen Hein.
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 3 (1993):
Interior design, a neglected field of Scandinavian art history / by Anne-Berit Skaug.
The story of Kaj Dessau's BO, 1928-1941 : a domicile for Scandinavian design / by Lise Osvald.
A positive influence : the impact of Scandinavian design in Britain during the 1950s / by Lesley Jackson.
The great age of statuettes : Danish decorative sculpture, 1900-1925 / by Maria Fabricius Hansen.
The art journal as an artistic gesture : an experiment named Flamman / by Magdalena Gram.
A chess table of papier-mâché / by Ida Haugsted.
Taking taste seriously : Peter Lloyd Jones on the role of appreciation in consumerism and design / by Jan Michl.
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 2 (1992):
Theophilus Hansen's model drawings, his contribution to an important Danish model book / by Ida Haugsted.
Beauty and taste : V. Christesen, jewelry and silver manufacturer, 1850-1900 / by Kirsten Rykind-Eriksen.
The pattern world of Thomas Wardle / by Elisabet Stavenow-Hidemark.
Pioneers - ideals and their application, studio pottery in Finland / by Harri Kalha.
Gunnar Cyrén, a Swedish designer / by Helena Dahlbäck Lutteman.
Lamb stew and lobster claws, Kirsten Nilsson's jewelry / by Åke Livstedt.
Once again the Kinastol / by Kristian Jakobsen.
The crisis of modernist design pedagogy, and its (possibly) gratifying consequences for museums of applied art / by Jan Mich
SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF DESIGN HISTORY VOL. 1 (1991):
Ivories by Gottfried Wolffram / by Jørgen Hein.
Ornamentation seen as high art - the pioneering work of Owen Jones and Christopher Dresser / by Widar Halén.
"One of the age's noblest cultural movements" : on the theoretical basis for the Arts and Crafts Movement / by Ingeborg Glambek.
Furniture art or a machine to sit on? : Swedish furniture design and radical reforms / by Gunilla Frick.