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Design: Council of Industrial Design No 310, Oct 1974 (2)

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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


  • 18 News
  • 20 Comment
  • 22 Projects and developments
  • 24 Things seen
  • 29 New products
  • 31 Diary
  • THE SEA introduction by Phillip Hill
  • 32 Glasgow University's latest research into oil rig and tanker design, discussed by Phillip Hill
  • 34 Supertanker sandwich a Scottish yard builds the giant Nordic Clansman in two halves, report by Phillip Hill
  • 37 Wheelhouses an examination of the ergonomic factors by Mark Brutton
  • 41 Decca Radar a new design group successfully rethinks some established products. Report by Mark Brutton
  • 44 Lighthouses, lightships and buoyage David Rowlands surveys developments and confusion in the international navigational system
  • 48 Lifeboat design one of the most controversial branches of marine architecture, discussed by David Rowlands
  • 54 Cable laying Ken Haigh looks at the latest techniques and the Post Office's newest ship
  • 58 Norwegian knowhow produces the oil rig of the ‘eighties. Report by Bob Barton
  • 62 Fishing technology new developments in trawlers and nets could threaten the industry with self-destruction. Report by Mike Wood
  • 64 Marine energy futuristic devices for harnessing power from the sea, described by Anthony Tucker
  • 68 Angus an unmanned, experimental submersible built by Heriot-Watt
  • 70 University, described by Tony Loftas
  • 74 Hille goes mass market with the help of Fred Scott. Kenneth Owen reports
  • 80 Cologne crowd-puller the new Römisch-Germanisches Museum lifts museum design and display to new levels. Report by Gisela Brackert

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