In good shape: style in industrial products, 1900 to 1960
Industrial design from the first six decades of this century is explored in an anthology of essays on design, hundreds of photographs of consumer products ranging from pens to aircraft, and biographies of leading designers
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Industrial Design in the Twentieth Century
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