Volume 112 (May 1996)

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1996 Edition. Full Color. 120 Pages.

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  • 66e SALON INTERNATIONAL DEL AUTOMOBILE GENEVE – Effort to Get Out of the Slump and Their Results
    • Bertone SLALOM
    • Zagato RAPTOR
    • Italdesign FORMULA 4
    • Other Prototypes
    • Isotta Fraschini T8
    • De Tomaso BIGUA
    • Pre-production Cars
  • Car Design Award Torino 1996 – Congratulations to the Lancia Y and Renault “Initiale”!
  • Volvo S40/V40 – New Winds of Hope From the Netherlands
  • BMW Z3 – Pursuing the Pure “Pleasure of Driving”
  • Nissan LEOPARD – A Model in the “LL” Class Geared Specifically to the Japanese Market
  • Honda LEGEND – A Luxury Car Philosophy Formulated Through “Feeling Research”
  • Honda ORTHIA – Entering the Battle With a Conventional Design
  • STREAMLINED TRUCK DESIGN, Part 4 – The Flying Trucks of Wellington Everett Miller
  • Mannerfelt Volvo Penta B-28 – Combining Natural Forms with Leading Technologies
  • Color Trend 2000 – The Nippon Paint and BNC Color Shows
  • DESIGN WATCH – Canon IXY – The Camera of Advanced Photo System
  • Yugo Requien – A Final Resting Place for a Defunct Car
  • Two ACCD Projects – A Smog-eating Vehicle and Car for the “Generation X”
  • Graduation Works of Japanese Design Schools 1996
    • Takushoku University
    • Musashino Art University
    • Chiba Institute of Technology
    • Tokyo University of Art and Design
    • Nihon University
    • Tama Art University
    • Chiba University
    • University of Tsukuba
    • Takarazuka University of Art and Design
    • Kyoto City University of Arts
    • Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music
    • Women’s College of Fine Arts
    • Nippon Engineering College of Hachioji
    • Kyoto College of Design
    • Sundai Technical College
    • Urban Design College
    • Tokyo Institute of Science and Arts
    • Sapporo Institute of Technology
    • Osaka Communication Arts
    • Tokyo Communication Arts
  • On the Site of ID Education, Part 1 – The University of Tsukuba‘s Product Design Course
  • Design Education of Tomorrow – “Design as Thanks for Treat” – Visible Forms, Invisible Forms
    • From the “JIDA Design Camp in Shinshu Shinmachi”
  • BUGATTI: Art and Technology, Part 4 – Ettore, a “Futuristic Artist”

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 13.5 x 11 x 0.75 in