Kulturelle Identitaet Und Design / Cultural Identity and Design, IFG-Project 1989, 1990

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Documentation of the conference of the International Forum for Design (IGF), texts (German/English) Alexander and Gudrun Neumeister, Reskine B Childers, Loek van der Sande, Teruzo Ina, Ulrich Becker, Ernst Boesch, Gui Sonsiepe, Jordi Monana, Marco Cavalotti, Jochen Gros, Matthew Turner, Isao Hoso, Victor Papanek, Jogi Panghaal, Klaus Lehmann, Johann Michael Möller, and Conference program of the international conference (September 23/24, 1989 in Ulm), enclosed 3 folded information sheets on international design projects,

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Kulturelle Identitaet Und Design / Cultural Identity and Design, IFG-Project 1989, 1990
Kulturelle Identitaet Und Design / Cultural Identity and Design, IFG-Project 1989, 1990
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