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Design: Council of Industrial Design No 305, May 1974

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Editor: Corin Hughes-Stanton
Publisher: Council of Industrial Design
Publication: 1974, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, section sewn
Pages: 74
Size: 210 x 297
Text: English

Contents:

  • 18 News
  • 20 Comment
  • 22 Projects and developments
  • 24 Things seen
  • 29 New products
  • 33 Diary
  • 34 Engineering Awards this year's winners and the special characteristics which brought them success. Report by David Rowlands
  • 40 Gadget shop strange deeds on Manhattan's 57th Street, described by Helen Maisels
  • 42 BMW history show heritage and self-promotion in a one-brand company museum, discussed by Mark Brutton
  • 46 Deep sea oil I C Allcock sets out the harsh realities of oil
  • 52 mining beyond the continental shelf
  • 56 Posters in Print Print's selection of American work, described by José Manser
  • 60 College spacemaker extension for adult education, discussed by Mark Brutton
  • 66 Showing in Cologne Corin Hughes Stanton experiences the big German furniture fair
  • 70 Stirling's drawings architecture built and unbuilt, from a RIBA exhibition
  • 72 Interiors

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