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Deutsches Technikmuseum - Exhibit of the Month

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Exhibit of the Month

Exhibit of the Month: Easter Egg with a Miniature Diorama, 1908 - 1918

Photo: The egg consists of two halves that are fused together with a seam of royal icing. A bouquet of flowers has been formed as a further decorative element. The egg is wrapped in transparent film. © SDTB / Photo: C. Kirchner

Just too nice to eat:
This splendid Easter egg - still in its original cellophane packaging - has delighted many owners over generations.

Glass cabinet
in the entrance hall

Exhibit of the Month: The Encyclopedia "Enquire Within Upon Everything”, 1908-1988

Photo: Four books "Enquire Within Upon Everything" from editions between 1908 and 1988. © SDTB

From analog information exchange to digital - how this encyclopedia influenced the development of the World Wide Web.


Exhibit of the Month: Bürk Model K29 Punch Clock, 1929-1974

Photo: Punch clock with round clock face and pendulum in a solid oak wood housing weighing around 40 kilos. The slot for the time-punch cards runs horizontally beneath the clock cabinet. © SDTB / Photo: C. Kirchner

Incorruptible, but not always and everywhere popular: The time clock enables the exact recording of the working time.


Exhibit of the Month: Desk model of a Gropius Adler, around 1932

Photo: An eagle is mounted on a rectangular base plate. The outstretched wings tapering out to a point underscore the minimalist nature of the design’s basic shape. The base plate and the eagle are nickel-plated.© SDTB / Photo: C. Kirchner

Walter Gropius: Even a 100 years after the founding the Bauhaus art school in Weimar, his form elements still play a significant role in modern design.



Glass cabinet in the entrance hall