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Title: Design

Pages: 11


Author: Editorial

Text: Design
Council of Industrial Design 212 August 1966
Editor John E. Blake
Editorial Advisers Paul Reilly J. Noel White The Earl of Snowden Robert Clark Michael Tree
Executive Editor Dennis Cheetham
Assistant Editor Richard Carr
News Editor Susan Forsyth
Art Editor Assistant Brian Grimbly
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 Boe. Poland Ryszard Bojar. South Africa Norman Segal. Spain Andre Ricard. Sweden Eva Ralf. Switzerland Eugen Gomringer. USA Malcolm J. Brookes. Yugoslavia Miroslav Fruht.
Addresses of manufacturers in this issue are on page 76
13 A concerted approach to design education in schools
14 Point of view
18 Behind the scene by Ken and Kate Baynes Carnaby Street's informality and inventiveness have made an impact not just on clothes but on the way people feel about design. Are we in at the birth of a real design movement ?
30 Rationalised control gear for bigger markets by E. Glyn Price The author of this article describes a new range of motor control gear which is as elegant as it is efficient
32 Design methods compared -1 : Strategies by J. Christopher Jones There are many different ways of evolving a systematic approach to design. This article discusses a number of methods, and compares their aims and effectiveness
36 Australia opens its second design centre by F. R. Harvey
38 A battle between appearance, practicality and cost Sir Geoffrey Crowther interviewed by David Wainwright
40 Typesetting by computer - a new challenge to graphic designers by Roy Brewer Typesetting by computer is a new technique that could revolutionise print production
44 Open plan approach goes to sea by Robert Spark A new Swedish car ferry demonstrates an unusual approach to interior design
48 Products, interiors, events, ideas
55 Diary, News and Letters

Looking ahead The September issue will include an illustrated survey of public lavatories, an article on visual organisation by F. C. Ashford, and the second part of J. Christopher Jones' comparative study of design methods
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, Glasgow C2 Tel: DOUglas 3914
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