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Design: Council of Industrial Design No 313, Jan 1975 (Montreal Olympics)

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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

Contents:

  • News
  • Comment
  • Projects and developments
  • Things seen
  • New products
  • Diary
  • Montreal Olympics the buildings. Pamela Ferguson
  • Montreal Olympics the graphics. Georges Huel tells Pamela Ferguson about their development
  • Electronic ignition Phillip Hill explains why a €10 development is too costly
  • DIA's Diamond Jubilee Sir Misha Black examines the old 'fitness for purpose' slogan
  • Also rans outstanding but unused design projects, described by Alastair Best
  • Free for all an image for giveaway magazines. Report by David White
  • Exhibition stands poor design tends to be the rule.
  • Phillip Hill finds three exceptions
  • Not so much a bus more a rolling hospital kit.
  • David Rowlands describes a British Leyland project
  • Interiors

Condition: Very Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Light rubbing, creasing, tanning to cover. Light tanning to outer edges of interior pages. NOTE: Weak binding, pages likely to come loose! 

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