In part one (Side A) of this lecture Anthony Mann discusses the design structure and evolution of transport vehicles. This covers bicycles, automobiles, motorbikes, and carriages. Mann explains the ways these designs affected and responded to different class structures. Mann also discusses how industrial designers became a part of the commercial force. In part two (Side B) of this lecture Mann continues and concludes his discussion on transport design. Mann then begins to discuss the Modern Movement. He explains how the modern movement is based upon the idea that semantics will emerge naturally out of pragmatics. Mann also explains the difference between fashion and style, in regards to modern aesthetics.