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Published on Nov 1, 2011
Design for Today (1965) is a fascinating slice of British design history from future Chariots of Fire director Hugh Hudson. Commissioned by the Central Office of Information (COI), Design for Today takes a cultured look at the various ways in which modern industrial design made its impact felt in everyday 60s British life.
This clip is taken from the Volume Two of the COI Collection from the BFI, which brings together films from the Central Office of Information (COI) and surveys the subjects of architecture, design and fashion.