Design, Council of Industrial Design, 220, April 1967

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The world of classical music is currently going through a period of intensive experimentation – but the design and manufacture of its instruments are still dominated by tradition.
The Ministry of Public Building and Works proves that ‘canteen crockery’ need not mean chipped cups and clumsy plates
Bruce Archer investigates how much is being done to educate managers of the future design-wise
Environmental design, understanding of perception; but imagination and common sense are even more useful in tackling environmental problems
Farm machinery should be designed to suit the needs of the operator
Comment: on the implications of a new engineering design centre that has been set up at one of Britain’s universities
Point of view: on the US market for British carpets / the Concorde mock-up / linking design with school lessons…
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Design, Council of Industrial Design, 220, April 1967, Cover design by John Sewell
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