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Design: Council of Industrial Design No 283, July 1972

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Editor: Corin Hughes-Stanton
Publisher: Council of Industrial Design
Publication: 1972, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, section sewn
Pages: 74
Size: 210 x 297
Text: English

Contents:

  • 22 Comment
  • 25 News
  • 27 Diary
  • 29 The year advertising design stood still Bernard Barnett on the 1972 Designers and Art Directors Association awards
  • 36 New dimensions on airport planning José Manser looks at the buildings and colour-coding systems at Tampa Airport in Florida, USA; while lie Gray describes a new duty-free supermarket at Heathrow Airport, London
  • 44 Architecture in embryo Architects' drawings at the RIBA's new Heinz Gallery described by Jake Brown
  • 48 Leisure: Time to play with A look at the way in which leisure time can be used: Robert Waterhouse writes about the Funhouse at Blackpool, the reclamation of waste land in Cheshire and the new Wyvern Arts complex at Swindon. José Manser describes a leisure centre near the city of Nagoya in Japan
  • 65 Design Council Awards 1972 - capital goods David Rowlands describes two more of this year's winners
  • 68 Design for safety A new system of road markings to give drivers visible and early warning of excessive speeds. Report by lan Breach
  • 70 A fresh look at silver José Manser on four Italian designers
  • 72 Projects and developments
  • 74 Interiors
  • 76 Things seen

Condition: Very Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Slight rubbing and tanning to covers/spine. Please contact me for further information on condition.

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