Industrial Art News – Vol. 30, No. 1, Spring 1962


Content includes:
Facing problems of our wooden furniture industry
Design review 1961
Railroad cars: Hagiwara Masao
Vehicles : Yura Reikichi
Optical items: SIS group
Sound Equipments: Omura Ichirö
House Appliences : Minagawa Tadashi
House Utensils and Accesaries: Hattori Shigeo, Tsukio Söichi
Effort for the Improvement Of Domestic Items: Nashitani Sachio
Furniture and Fablic: Mizunoe Tadaomi
Lighting : Nagahara Kiyoshi
A reminder of 1961
The 2nd Kaufmann international design award honored Gropius: KOIKE Iwatarö
The 2nd general assembly of ICSID at Venice: IWATA Yoshiharu
The 2nd machinery design competition
Winning disigns of the 10th annual Mainichi industrial design competition
News, exhibitions


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Industrial Art News - Vol. 30, No. 1, Spring 1962. Cover design by Kenji Ito
Industrial Art News – Vol. 30, No. 1, Spring 1962. Cover design by Kenji Ito
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