Design for the Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change
Victor Papanek
Publication Date
December 1985
Academy Chicago Publishers
FROM AMAZON.COM: This is a completely revised second edition of Design for the Real World, which has since its first appearance twenty years ago, become a classic.

Translated into twenty-three languages, it is one of the world's most widely read books on design.

In this revised edition, Victor Papanek examines the attempts by designers to combat the tawdry, the unsafe, the frivolous, the useless product, once again providing a blueprint for sensible, responsible design in this world, which is deficient in resources and energy.

Design for the Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change
Filed under: social responsability, social change, human ecology.
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