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Design for the real world : human ecology and social change / Victor Papanek.

By: Papanek, Victor J [author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chicago, Illinois : Academy Chicago Publishers, [1985]Edition: Second edition, completely revised.Description: xxi, 394 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0897331532; 9780897331531.Uniform titles: Miljön och miljonerna. English Subject(s): Industrial design | Human engineering | Design | Ergonomie | Human engineering | Industrial design
Contents:
Part one. How it is. What is design? A definition of the function complex ; Phylogenocide: a history of the industrial design profession ; The myth of the noble slob: design, "art," and the crafts ; Do-it-yourself murder: social and moral responsibilities of design ; Our Kleenex culture: obsolescence and value ; Snake oil and thalidomide: mass leisure and phony fads -- Part two. How it could be. Rebel with a cause: invention and innovation ; The tree of knowledge: biological prototypes in design ; Design responsibility: five myths and six directions ; Environmental design: pollution, crowding, ecology ; The neon blackboard: design education and design teams ; Design for survival and survival through design: a summation.
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Genel Koleksiyon TS171.4 .P37 1985 (Browse shelf) 1 Available 0059607

This edition originally published: New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold, ©1984.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-385) and index.

Part one. How it is. What is design? A definition of the function complex ; Phylogenocide: a history of the industrial design profession ; The myth of the noble slob: design, "art," and the crafts ; Do-it-yourself murder: social and moral responsibilities of design ; Our Kleenex culture: obsolescence and value ; Snake oil and thalidomide: mass leisure and phony fads -- Part two. How it could be. Rebel with a cause: invention and innovation ; The tree of knowledge: biological prototypes in design ; Design responsibility: five myths and six directions ; Environmental design: pollution, crowding, ecology ; The neon blackboard: design education and design teams ; Design for survival and survival through design: a summation.

First published in Swedish: Albert Bonniers Förlag AB, Stockholm, ©1971, under title: Miljön och miljonerna.

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