The history of Fiskars Village
By telling the history of Fiskars Village from 1649 to the present, the book Fiskars 1649 — 350 Years of Finnish Industrial History also tells the story of the Finnish iron industry (pdf, English, Finnish, Swedish, 4.2 MB).
C.E. Carlsson: Fiskars 350, Otava 1999 (Finnish, Swedish). This history of the Fiskars Corporation focuses on the corporate story.
For more information about:
- The Fiskars Corporation, see http://www.fiskarsgroup.com/en/index.html
Fiskars Village today
The Artisans, Designers and Artists of Fiskars Co-operative www.onoma.org.
Anna Paljakka: 10th Time (pdf, English, Finnish, Swedish, 4 MB). This book tells the story of how new inhabitants came to Fiskars Village after the heavy industry left, and how an old ironworks village was transformed into a center for Finnish arts, crafts, and design.
Sari Puustinen, Ilkka Ärrälä: At home in Fiskars, Tammi 2006. This book opens the door to nineteen homes in Fiskars. Historically, most of them have always provided accommodation for its workers, but also described are a number of new houses designed by well-known Finnish architects.