This exhibition proposes a view of some of the most iconic pieces in industrial design from the 60s that are on display in the Museo del Traje (Fashion Museum). Through different elements, such as the iconic Brionvega Radio made by the designers Richard Sapper and Marco Zanuso, or the lamp from Estudios DG signed by Eduardo Duque, the Museum aims to transport us to a specific space and place. By displaying these items in a setting reminiscent of a Spanish urban home from the mid-60s, this exhibition explores the coexistence of national and international models of industrial design, as well as their influence on adaptations that later became widespread for their global consumption when Spain was opening to the world in the 60s.
Dates: February 4 - March 1
Visiting hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 9:30am to 7pm. Sundays from 10am to 3pm
Place: Museo del Traje