London: The Conran Foundation/Boilerhouse Project, 1982. Softcover. vg+ to near fine. Square Octavo. 84pp. Glossy grey illustrated wrappers with black text on front cover and spine. Foreword by the Norio Ogha, deputy president and Yasuo Kuroki, general manager of the product design center at Sony. The publication is the catalog for the exhibition of the same name that was held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and serves as a fascinating and comprehensive historical, visual and design-based survey of the electronic products that were designed and produced by The Sony Corporation from its inception in 1946, through 1982. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photos of a huge range of products, design concepts and advertising campaigns, as well as historical photos from the history and development of the company. This is all accompanied by informative text relating to the company's products and history, and includes a large appendix at the back of the book. Binding with minor scratches and bumping to edges and corners. Binding in overall vg+, interior in near fine condition. (Inventory #: 40541)
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