Design, Council of Industrial Design, 229, January 1968

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Content includes:
Leader: Teamwork – industrial design in engineering
Furniture: mainstream and throwaway by José Manser
Do we get the clock design we deserve ? by Fiona MacCarthy
An ergonomic approach to clothes by Claire Rayner
The hidden design of playing cards by Trevor Denning
Making the most of mobile space, Bluebird’s ‘Europe Three’ caravan by Richard Carr, Sail Craft’s ‘Iroquois’ catamaran by Graham Watts
Concorde mock-up boosts sales by Peter Varley
Control factors in the Bamford 6c excavator by Kenneth Agnew
Products, interiors, events, ideas

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Design, Council of Industrial Design, 229, January 1968
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