Volume 130 (May 1999)


1999 Edition. Full Color. 120 Pages.

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  • Fantasic Vehicle Design for STAR WARS / Episode 1
    • “The Star Wars Design Philosophy” as Told by Concept/Design Director Doug Chiang
  • 69e Salon International de I’Automobile Geneve Palexpo
    • Palexpo Sings Praise to the “Sports Cars of Spring”
    • Renault AVANTIME
    • Citroen C6 LIGNAGE
    • DE-A IDEAone
    • Bugatti EB218
    • Bertone BELLA
    • Seat FORMULA
    • Opel SPEEDSTER
    • Other Show Cars
    • Zagato ISO CITY
    • Opel CONCEPT A
    • Production Cars
    • The “Michelin PAX System” 21st Century Tires and a Design Student Project
    • Honda S2000 Selected as Cabrio of the Year! / P. Horbury (Volvo) Chosen Designer of the Year / Designer Comments on the Geneve Show
  • Microcar Manufacturers of the World
  • Results of the Mitsubishi Motors International Design Competition ’99 Are in! Grand Prize Goes to Kazunori Koishi, Five Persons Awarded Honorable Mention
  • Heuliez PREGUNTA – A Question Addressed to Lamborghini
  • Maserati 3200 GT – Attempts a Comeback Under Ferrari
  • CHICAGO” – Biggest Auto Show in Boom America
  • Hyundai Design and Three New Products
  • Aftermarket Design Research, Part 5 – Mythos – A Strategy for Expanding Stages
  • The Time for Change – The New BR2000 Snow Groomer from Bombardier
  • InBetween International Design Project – Accepting Entries – Designing a New Relationship Between People and Their Habitat
  • On the Site of Industrial Design Education / Confronting Stones – The Tama Art University‘s Department of the Information Design
  • Designer Creativity Course, Part 6 – Operations at the Idea Stage, Part 2
  • Letters to Car Manufacturers – Mr. Akihiro Wada, Vice President of Toyota Motor Corporation
  • Car of the Century
    • Who Are the Designers Who Contributed Most This Century?
    • Who Are the Engineers? The Entrepreneurs?
    • Public Voting Period for the COTC Election Extended to November 1999!
  • Shade Department, Digital Design College, Part 4 – Modeling Exercise, Part 3: From the Clay Model to the Mockup

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 13.5 × 11 × 0.75 in