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Design Redux.

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Design Redux. / Walker, Stuart.

Designers, Visionaries and Other Stories. Earthscan / James and James Science Publishers, London, 2007.

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Walker, S 2007, Design Redux. in Designers, Visionaries and Other Stories. Earthscan / James and James Science Publishers, London. <http://shop.earthscan.co.uk/ProductDetails/mcs/productID/766/groupID/3/categoryID/4/v/203b4e7d-8f28-455a-913d-8a06edf74669>

APA

Walker, S. (2007). Design Redux. In Designers, Visionaries and Other Stories Earthscan / James and James Science Publishers, London. http://shop.earthscan.co.uk/ProductDetails/mcs/productID/766/groupID/3/categoryID/4/v/203b4e7d-8f28-455a-913d-8a06edf74669

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Walker S. Design Redux. In Designers, Visionaries and Other Stories. Earthscan / James and James Science Publishers, London. 2007

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Walker, Stuart. / Design Redux. Designers, Visionaries and Other Stories. Earthscan / James and James Science Publishers, London, 2007.

Bibtex

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