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Design: Council of Industrial Design No 321, Sept 1975

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Editor: Corin Hughes-Stanton
Publisher: Council of Industrial Design
Publication: 1975, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, section sewn
Pages: 74
Size: 210 x 297
Text: English


  • 18 Leader and News/Comment
  • 21 Technical developments
  • 23 Things seen
  • 27 New products
  • 34 Misha Black reflects the recently retired head of the Royal College of Art's industrial design department argues the case for anchoring this discipline in a fine art context
  • 37 Foundatip,-show,is Cent, ritual provided some entertainment, though little invention, Photo sraphic
  • 42 Ipswich glasshouse an extraordinary new building by Foster Associates, for insurance broker Willis Faber & Dumas, reviewed by Mark Brutton. Photographs by Philip Sayer
  • 50 Spare capacity the inventive marriage of waste materials and idle machine capacity could provide salvation for some hard-hit firms. Report by Phillip Hill, photographs by David Cripps
  • 54 European graphics the second year of a new annual features a revival of Rockwellian realism. David White reports
  • 60 Best laid plans invested with years of planning, Britain's newest hospital is a mine of unsolved problems. Investigation by Jocelyn Thompson. Photographs by Colin Curwood
  • 66 Colour on tap newly imported bathroom fittings from Italy
  • 68 Project

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