Philips Museum opens “Space Age” exhibition

The Philips Museum will today open an exhibition about design in the 1960s and 1970s. The exhibition, “Space Age Design”, will show different products and prototypes from that time. Almost all of these were based on the space age, which was a hot topic at the time.

It was a period of prosperity and optimism and the space age had an impact on design and architecture of that time, for example, the Evoluon, which opened in 1966. Not only did the company’s building have a space age look, but also their products and commercials.

Some of Philips’ products had a space age feel even after the 1970s. Examples of these will also be on display during the exhibition.

Source: Studio040
Translation: Lenise Collimore

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