Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection documents the activities of Institute of Design and its predecessor schools, ca. 1937 to ca. 1955. It encompasses the academic and creative materials of the New Bauhaus, Chicago School of Design, and the Institute of Design. The collection includes academic catalogues, class and school activities announcements, biographical materials on faculty and students, examples of artistic works, exhibit catalogues and announcements of student, alumni professional activities,...
Description of the Collection The Jay Doblin collection is heavily composed of graphic materials and photo prints, much of it generated in support of his “One Hundred Great Product Designs” research (and subsequent books). But it also amply documents the Institute of Design, with files on student projects/theses, various courses (including some syllabi), space station designs from 1986, Ken Isaccs and his Knowledge Box, and clipping files (mainly from Chicago newspapers) on notable ID achievements (especially student...
Description of the Collection Two issues of Student Independent (number 8, Fall 2001 - Spring 2002 and number 9, Fall 2002 - Spring 2003) described in volume 8 as "...a series of student-produced portfolios that bring together recent examples of innovative and creative course work form the student body at the Institute of Design. Uncurated, this collection is meant as a record of student work, providing insight into the diverse approaches and design solutions of those pursuing masters degrees (MDES) in the areas of...