Reading Room: Red Dot Design Yearbook

Aug. 4, 2015

It focuses on living, doing, and working

By Dr. Peter Zec (editor) | $35 Available August 20

Following the Red Dot Design Awards announced earlier this spring, the annual Red Dot Design Yearbook highlights the best products of the year in the fields of product design, communication design, and design concept. Spanning three hardback tomes focusing on “Living,” “Doing,” and “Working,” the yearbook features up-to-date trends in the industry, profiling the must-know designs.

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