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Main illustration of the article The Roots of Industrial Design Colleges in Colombia

Camilo A. Angulo

The Roots of Industrial Design Colleges in Colombia

Looking back from two theories about its origin.

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Nathalia Parra
Feb 2015

I think itʼs very important to know the history of industrial design in Colombia, because with the story we understand how important is the design for us Colombians also understand that design is a discipline and a goal to reach every day, because people create their projects based on design in order to improve the world in which we live

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