New Thinking in Design: Conversations on Theory and Practice
This fascinating book features discussions with 13 leading professionals representing a range of design fields. Topics discussed range from architectural and urban planning to exhibition and graphic design to the design of toasters, radios, and clocks. The book covers the elements that have contributed to successful designs and what new thinking and new methods can be incorporated to improve future designs. 100 halftone illustrations. 25 line drawings. 50 color illustrations.
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