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Title: Design

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Author: Editorial

Text: Design
Council of Industrial Design 213 September 1966
Editor John E. Blake
Editorial Advisers Paul Reilly J. Noel White The Earl of Snowdon Robert Clark Michael Tree
Executive Editor Dennis Cheetham
Assistant Editor Richard Carr
News Editor Susan Forsyth
Art Editor Brian Grimbly
Assistant Art Editor Caroline Rawlence
Production Robert Child
Staff Photographer Timothy Quallington
Business Manager Arthur Sudbery
Advertisement Manager Frederick Littlewood
Circulation Manager Fergus Watson
Overseas correspondents Australia Peter Hunt. Austria Charlotte Blauensteiner. Belgium Josine des Cressonieres.
Canada Lydia Ferrabee. Denmark Jens Nielsen. Finland Olof Gummerus. France Henri Vienot. Germany Heinrich
Konig. Holland Anton P. Bruigom. Italy Tudy Sammartini and Laura Neagle. New Zealand Roger Lascelles. Norway
Alf B0e. Poland Ryszard Boiar. South Africa Norman Segal. Spain Andre Ricard. Sweden Eva Ralf. Switzerland
Eugen Gomringer. USA Malcolm J. Brookes. Yugoslavia Miroslav Fruht.
27 A combined approach to design education in schools
28 Point of view
32 Public inconveniences by David Crawford and Alma Williams There is plenty of evidence to suggest that too many
of Britain's public lavatories are unhygienic and nasty. What is needed is a proper design approach to their planning
and fitting out
44 The 'voice of industry' on management and design David Wainwright talks to John Davies, director-general of the
Confederation of British Industry
46 Design methods compared - 2: Tactics by J. Christopher Jones The author discusses what he calls the itacticst
of designing - that is, the techniques or intellectual tools that a designer uses at various stages within a design
sequence
53 Getting down to details by James J. La Due
58 Visual organisation by Fred Ashford Good appearance in industrial products does not result from a cosmetic application of style, but from a basic organisation of form. But visual organisation depends on an understanding of perception
66 Products, interiors, events, ideas
72 Books
75 Diary, News and Letters
Looking ahead The October issue of DESIGN will include a profile of Sir Duncan Oppenheim, chairman of the ColD,
the first of three features describing the way in which designers work, an article on the semantics of design, and a
report on developments in the scientific instruments field.
Addresses of manufacturers in this issue are on page 96
Editorial Circulation Advertisements Council of Industrial Design, The Design Centre, 28 Haymarket, London SW1 Tel: TRAfalgar 8000; and the Council of Industrial Design Scottish Committee, Scottish Design Centre, 46 West George Street, GlasgowC2Tel: DOUglas3914
Design may be obtained from booksellers at home and abroad or from the Col D. Yearly subscription: Britain 46s, overseas 58s or $8 25, post paid

 

 

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