Architecture books on display

Our architecture bookshop goes live at the market 27th September 2017 – Posted in: News

“Nobody reads architecture books nowadays!” Heh, you couldn’t be more wrong. Our architecture bookshop went live at the HDW Design Market a few weeks back. Based on these recent experiences, many seem to think that architecture is a fascinating art. Moreover, good architecture books – both old and new – have a solid audience. Thank you so much, everyone, for stopping by at the Bookmarchitecture stall in Turbiinihalli. I had a great weekend and I…

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Modernism in Scandinavia: Art, Architecture and Design

Parallels and differences: Dr Charlotte Ashby and Modernism in Scandinavia 5th September 2017 – Posted in: Inspiration

When did you last really learn something new about the history of ideas in Scandinavian design? What do you actually know about 20th-century art and architecture in the Nordic countries? Anni Vartola from bookm-ark.fi interviewed Dr Charlotte Ashby, the author of  Modernism in Scandinavia: Art, Architecture and Design (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017). Charlotte Ashby’s new book doesn’t repeat the old myths but gives a fresh and comprehensive view of the topic through carefully chosen case studies. Let’s hear what…

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