Item 2004.23.5495 - Winnebago's First Design Project. A drawing of a recreational vehicle by an unidentified student.

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32-RG 32.02-2004.23.5495

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Winnebago's First Design Project. A drawing of a recreational vehicle by an unidentified student.

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  • 1977 (Creation)

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Transparency, Slide, 35 mm

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Copyright held by Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, Calif.)

Digital materials and catalog records are made available for educational and research purposes only and cannot be reproduced, distributed, or published without written permission from Art Center College of Design.

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Developments at Art Center, June 1977: Winnebago Sets First Design Project at Art Center Winnebago Industries, one of the world's leading manufacturers of recreational vehicles, headquartered in Forest City, Iowa, is participating this term in its first educational project for upper division industrial design students at Art Center. Thirteen transportation and eight environmental design majors are cooperatively involved in the assignment. A group of advisors from Winnebago, headed by Product Planning Manager Doug Scroggs, are providing the students with valuable technical insight into the special problems which must be solved in designing multi-purpose recreational vehicles for the 1980's. Instructors are Industrial Design department Chairman Keith Teter and Hugh Jorgenson for the transportation design classes, and Al Fiore for the environmental design group. Winnebago Industries has made a $10,000 donation to Art Center which will be a valuable addition to the completion funds for the auditorium.

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