Koiwai – PAOS Design, [The World of Corporate Beauty], CI Design, (23 Book Set), 1989

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Part of a 23 Book Set including books on:
① Mazda
② Daiei
③ Sekisui Heim
④ Koiwai Dairy Products
⑤ Asics
⑥ Matsuya
⑦ Mitsui’s Rehouse
⑧ Kenwood
⑨ Bridgestone
⑩ Kirin Beer
⑪ Tokio Marine
⑫ NTT
⑬ INAX
⑭ Toray
⑮ Yamato
⑯ Setagaya Shinkin Bank
⑰ Zojirushi
⑱ Sumitomo Bank
⑲ Nippon Life Insurance
⑳ Symbolic design message
㉑ Design system control
㉒ Key item kaleidoscope
㉓ PAOS design for PAOS

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Koiwai - PAOS Design, [The World of Corporate Beauty], CI Design, (23 Book Set), 1989
Koiwai – PAOS Design, [The World of Corporate Beauty], CI Design, (23 Book Set), 1989Koiwai – PAOS Design, [The World of Corporate Beauty], CI Design, (23 Book Set), 1989
Koiwai - PAOS Design, [The World of Corporate Beauty], CI Design, (23 Book Set), 1989
Koiwai – PAOS Design, [The World of Corporate Beauty], CI Design, (23 Book Set), 1989
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