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From Spitfire to Microchip: Studies in the History of Design from 1945 epub

by Catherine McDermott,S. Worden


From Spitfire to Microchip: Studies in the History of Design from 1945 epub

ISBN: 0850721342

ISBN13: 978-0850721348

Author: Catherine McDermott,S. Worden

Category: Photo

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: Design Council; 1st edition (October 1984)

Pages: 96 pages

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Catherine McDermott is a Professor of Design at Kingston University in London . She is the author of books and articles on design history.

Catherine McDermott is a Professor of Design at Kingston University in London, England. Kingston University web page.

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