Volume 162 (September 2004)

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2004 Edition. Full Color. 120 Pages.

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  • Luigi Colani – 50 Years of Creation
  • A Splendid Day at Waddesdon Manor – Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Louis Vuitton
    • Renault “FLUENCE”
  • The Birmingham Motor Show: The Sunday Times Motor Show Live – The Passion for Kit Cars Persists
  • 2004 Auto China in Beijing – A Bustle of Joint Ventures and Independent Builders
    • The Chinese Automobile Industry in 2004
    • The Changhe IDEAL – Designed by Bertone
    • Observation Tour to the Beijing Motor Show and Changchun 1st Sino-Japanese Car Designers’ Meeting
  • Mercedes-Benz A-CLASS – The Second Revolution?
    • New A-CLASS – Developed with Powerwall
  • Audi A6 – Satoshi Wada Talks on the A6’s Design
  • Design as a Management Asset, Part 2 – The Organizational Distance Between Top Management and Designers
  • Land Rover DISCOVERY 3 – An All-new Premium, Serious SUV from the New Land Rover
  • Nissan 360 / Nissan Design – Achievements and Issues
  • 17th Z National Convention: Celebrating the Z Car’s 35th Birthday in Long Beach!
  • Examining the Designs of New Japanese Cars, Part 18
    • Toyota CROWN MAJESTA – High Hopes for Toyota’s Top Model
    • Toyota PORTE – A “Smart Life Supporter”
    • Honda EDIX – A Wide Compact MPV Designed with the Global Market in Mind
    • Mazda VERISA – The Search for a Truly Sufficient Compact Car
  • 2010 Advanced Sports Concept – A Multi-department Project at TCA
  • E-Mail from Palos Verdes, Part 6 – Now and in the Future: The Challenges of Designer Burt Rutan
  • Suzuki TM-30C – A New Proposal for Town Mobility
  • Toshi Kuroyanaghi’s Design Review, Part 16
    • The Genes of Passion in the ALFA GT
  • Quick Reference Digital Design, Part 19 – Alias “Image Studio”
  • Ecodesign Exhibit 2004: Proposal by Professional and Fledgling Designers
  • Rhinoceros Whizzes, Part 3 – Kanae Tsukamoto “The Clear Design”
  • Modeling with Rhino, Part 2
    • Chapter 2: Generating Surfaces, Part 1: Creating the Glass Surfaces of the Windows

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 13.5 x 11 x 0.75 in