Machines and Perception in Industrial Design

By: W. H. Mayall

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Former owner's ink stamps to preliminaries: 'CHARLES FUREY Industrial Designer'. Charles Furey designed the original styrofoam cooler, the Safe-n-Sound child's car seat, a range of Pyrex casserole dishes and, most famously for Harry Sebel, the Integra plastic chair.The world's first one-piece mould plastic chair, still in production after 34 years, went around the world - to cafes and beer gardens, beaches, school classrooms, Olympic swimming pools, South African diamond mines because employees couldn't hide diamonds in them, and United States jails, perhaps because, as Furey said: "When you bang someone over the head with one you won't kill them." Covers have moderate wear and marks. Creasing to spine. Internally clean. Binding sound. 95pp REDUCED POSTAGE ON THIS ITEM

Title: Machines and Perception in Industrial Design

Author Name: W. H. Mayall

Categories: Scientific/Technical,

Edition: First Paper Editiion

Publisher: London / New York, Sudio Vista / Reinhold: 1968

ISBN Number: 028927916X

ISBN Number 13: 9780289279168

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket as Issued

Size: 165mm x 195mm

Seller ID: 009434

Keywords: CHARLES FUREY