When Swedish designer and architect Bruno Mathsson started his furniture experiments in the early 1930s, he was not alone in the dramatically changing furniture design and production. After the end of WWI young progressive designers distanced themselves from the previous generation traditions by discarding the influence of the past. He merged notions of modernism with a deep respect to the local crafts tradition, developing a unique signature style. The work of Mathsson will be at the center of discussion in my lecture on Scandinavian design on Tuesday.
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