• B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979
  • B-Series Full Set, 1979

B-Series Full Set, 1979

Regular price $971.00

Design Systems for Corporations was a pioneering 13 volume series created by the CoCoMAS committee and published in the 1970s. The series was made up of an A, B and C sub-set of publications with A1–4 covering aspects of design in retail, public transportation and Olivetti. C1–3, the final part, covered different systematic approaches taken by key Japanese businesses at the time.

The B series was six volumes and an early effort to document the very best in corporate identity systems from across the globe. These include case studies on brands such as FIAT, Kenwood and Cummins plus many more.

Title: Basic Design Elements and their Systems
Volumes: B1–B6
Year: 1979
Pages: Roughly 124 in each
Format: Softcover w/ Dustjacket
Condition: Dust Jacket Fair, Interior Good