Automotive Design Center of Dallas
Lin, Peter Y.
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The Automotive Design Center of Dallas is a facility that emphasizes the artistic design aspect of automobiles . . Located within the Dallas' Arts District the facility will utilizes the districts resource of visitors. The center will include an • automotive design school that will allow the students the opportunity to investigate the challenging facets of automotive design. The school will also benefit from the museum that will also call this center home. The museum is intended to house a collection of outstanding examples of progressive automotive designs of the Sixties and beyond. In addition, the museum will also display projects completed by students of the design school to serve as a vehicle of exposure to design firms, automotive corporations, and other possible interested parties. The purpose of such a facility is to educate the public that the automobile is much more than a "beast of burden" but, that through the designs of automobiles we begin to see a little bit more of the society that designed it and through the education of the young minds that will attend the school, the possibility that the automobile will remain as a indicator of what society views as priorities will be invested.
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