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ARQ (Santiago) n.49 Santiago dic. 2001
Design in Chile
Gonzalo Puga Larraín
Designer, Catholic University, Chile 1993. Masters in Industrial Design, Domus Academy, Milan. Has worked for Samsung, Seoul and Frogdesign, California, and as a researcher and teacher in Domus Academy. He currently works freelance and teaches in the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urban Studies in the Catholic University.
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4 The recent diffusion of their ideas in the West begins in 1962 with the publication in London and New York of Camilla Grays The Great Experiment: Russian Art 1863-1922, [ Links ] and with two London exhibitions, The Non-objective World 1914-1955 in the Annely Juda Fine Art Gallery in July 1973, and Tatlin´s Dream in the Fisher Fine Art Gallery in November of the same year.
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7 In his book Future Perfect, Stanley Davis [ Links ]suggests the term mass customization as the combination of mass production and consumer-oriented production.
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