Design, Council of Industrial Design, 219, March 1967

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Why are people so busy perfecting things we no longer need ? by Elizabeth Gundrey
Ken and Kate Baynes look at the training of teachers in the of their two articles on design education in schools
Technology needs design – without it, says W. H. Mayall, we may be wasting our technical expertise on totally impractical projects
Dennis Cheetham tells a development story where technology and design went hand in hand
Canada’s National Design Council is sponsoring a major programme of support for new prototype and production designs
A three-part survey of print for industry suggests that better management techniques are needed on both sides of the counter
Comment: on how the new Textile Council could promote closer links between design and technology
Point of view: on prototype furniture / the British Trade Centre in New York / legal protection of industrial designs …
Profile: Monty Berman, managing director of Interiors International Ltd, talks about exporting modern furniture …

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