The Philips museum will open a new temporary exhibition on Friday to show how design has developed at Philips.
"Celebrating 90 years of design at Philips" will exhibit products demonstrating how the company has contributed over the years to sustainable innovations worldwide.
Artistic director Louis Kalff came to Eindhoven ninety years ago, changing the course of design at Philips. The well-known Philips logo was developed under his direction, as well as familiar products such as radios, speakers, and shavers.
The exhibition will also feature modern design, such as 2010’s fragile Bubelle Dress which combines soft materials and new technology. The Chulha stove – developed and created in India in collaboration with local parties to combat carbon monoxide poisoning – will also be on display.