This photo from 1960 shows the members of the Advisory Board of design experts for the Advanced Design Center at RCA with images from the "Sets of the Seventies" series that they created:
Joseph Carriero - an industrial design educator who chaired the industrial design department at the Philadelphia Museum School of Art (now the University of the Arts).
John Vassos - they left the S off his name, poor John, even in the design center that he had created they spelled his name wrong!
Melanie Kahane - a prominent interior designer who appeared on an NBC radio program "Decorating Wavelengths" and who served on the design committee for the United States Pavilion at the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels
Tucker Madawick - an in-house RCA industrial designer, he headed the Center.
Leonard Outhwaite - an anthropologist who served as a consultant for various organizations including the Rockefeller Foundation, museums and zoos and organized Outhwaite Exhibits, to design and construct museum, commercial, and World's Fair exhibitions.
Paul Rudolph - a major modernist American architect was chairman of the School of Architecture at Yale University when he served on the Advisory Board.
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Danielle Shapiro, is a writer and author of the first biography of John Vassos, modernist Greek-American industrial designer - John Vassos: Industrial Design for Modern Life.