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  • Raymond Loewy (pronounced /ˈloʊiː/ LOH-ee, November 5, 1893 – July 14, 1986) was a French-born American industrial designer who achieved fame for the
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  • Austrian photographer Maurice Loewy (1833–1907), French astronomer Michael Löwy (born 1938), sociologist Raymond Loewy (1893–1986), French-born American
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  • exclusively in Japan by Japan Tobacco. Peace's Package logo was designed by Raymond Loewy in 1952. Peace cigarettes come in short (70 mm), king size (85 mm)
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  • after becoming president of Studebaker in February 1961." Designed by Raymond Loewy's team of Tom Kellogg, Bob Andrews, and John Ebstein on a 40-day crash
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  • futurist Raymond Lahey (born 1940), former bishop of the diocese of Antigonish Raymond Lam (林峯,born 1979), Hong Kong singer and actor Raymond Loewy (1893–1986)
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  • original design was by Raymond Loewy of Studebaker and Coke bottle fame. The Metro design was one of several with which Loewy was involved or created
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  • Commander model series. It was designed by Virgil Exner, formerly of Raymond Loewy Associates. The most striking feature was the extremely long (for
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  • started his career in the Compagnie de L'Esthétique Industrielle (CEI) by Raymond Loewy, a design agency based in Paris.He later became the Artistic Director
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  • 1953, Studebaker was redesigned by Robert Bourke, from Raymond Loewy's design studio. ("the Loewy Coupe" or "Low Boy"). The 2-door coupe with a central
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  • inspired towards car design as an eighteen-year-old, after seeing a Raymond Loewy-styled 1950 Studebaker Commander Regal as he cycled through the streets
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  • conservatively styled product line and turned to industrial designer Raymond Loewy to design its 1932 Hupp cyclefender, a flashy roadster that did well
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  • with the prominent firm of American industrial and graphic designer Raymond Loewy where his projects ranged widely—from the design of shopping centers
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  • Ferdinand Liebermann Raymond Loewy Martin Matschinsky Marcello Morandini Rosemonde Nairac Verner Panton Eduardo Paolozzi Raymond Peynet Ambrogio Pozzi
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  • Power Hawk, and Flight Hawk. The Flight Hawk was a product of a Raymond Loewy design. It was based on the Champion two-door coupe that was introduced
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  • private residences, Frey House I and Frey House II Loewy House, built for industrial designer Raymond Loewy North Shore Beach and Yacht Club at North Shore
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  • Raymond Rives Paul Schlander Ida Shoemaker Wolfgang Wahl Annelore Wied Elisabeth Wischert Dillmann & Loewy p.71 Claudia Dillmann & Ronny Loewy.
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  • Of Space Art". Atlas Obscura. 2016-09-20. Retrieved 2017-02-15.  Raymond Loewy (industrial designer worked for NASA during Apollo-era) Mostly Lunar
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  • Company, in November 1945. At one point Metric Hosiery was a client of Raymond Loewy, "the father of industrial design". Metric lost out to a rival business
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  • The name and the current logo was most recently revised in 1968 by Raymond Loewy and has remained unchanged ever since. In the United Kingdom Spar
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  • label in 2005. Allmusic reviewer Steve Loewy states "the gods were smiling, and Joe McPhee, Michael Bisio, Raymond Boni, and Paul Harding were caught in
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