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June 11, 2013

Design in a nutshell: American Industrial Design.

 

While it's not 100% accurate (e.g. Raymond's surname is spelled Loewy, without an e after the w) I think you'll enjoy this short video by Clive Hilton for Open University. Translation note: When the narrator says "alu-min-e-um," I believe he means aluminum. Just my guess.

 

Comments

that's how the Brit's say it.

or, I guess in this case, the Scots...

I think the reason is they like all their metals to end in ium....chromium, magnesium, radium, therefore aluminium...

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