Design for Human Scale (1983)[1] by Victor PapanekW is a book about design with a focus on what is appropriate and needed by humans.

Papanek examines the need for design to satisfy real human needs rather than superficial. Papanek writes: "Much recent design has satisfied only evanescent wants and desires, while the genuine needs of man have often been neglected by the designer."

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  1. published by Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York. ISBN 0-442-27616-8.