A loyal companion: LVR Museum shows development of plastics over time

Interview with Dr. Holger Klein-Wiele, Head of Documentation and Digital Museum, LVR Industrial Museum

Exclusively for K-MAG

Image: a handy red hair dryer by Braun; Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

10.01.2023

Image: colourful chairs made from plastics; Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Image: different typewriters in a museum; Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Image: different radio-models in a museum; Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann
Image: a white 3D-printed chair; Copyright: Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Terra stool, polyactide, 3D printing, Big Rep GmbH, Berlin, 2019. Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Image: a red, coiled radio that looks like a helix; Copyright: Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Transistorradio Toot-a-loop, Panasonic, Acrylnitril-Butadien-Styrol, 1960-72. Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Picture: a telephone with a dial, the housing of which is made of transparent plastic; Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Telephone FeTap 612-12, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, BDR 1974. Copyright: LVR-Industriemuseum, Jürgen Hoffmann

Kyra Molinari (Editorial team K-MAG)

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