The minimalist style of Scandinavian design
emerged during the 1930s within the five Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The term “Scandinavian design” originated from a design show with the same name that traveled through the United States and Canada between 1954 and 1957. It promoted simplistic ways of living
and showcased various works by Nordic designers. The minimalist philosophy emphasized clean lines and simple designs that were inspired by nature
and climate to create the Nordic design. It promoted beautiful designs
and quality, sustainable products that were affordable and easily accessible to people in all walks of life. Exhibitions showcasing Scandinavian design during the 1950s played an important role in the influence of these design principles in Europe and North America.
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