Braun SK 4, Radio-phonograph combination.
SK 4 Radio-Phone Combination, Germany 1956.
Design by Dieter Rams and Hans Gugelot for Braun, SK 4, Radio-phonograph combination also known as Snow White`s Coffin.
The Phono-Super-SK 4 was the first example of the germany postwar era of functional design in one mass-produced utility device. The device was placed in the following years by several technical improvements and the numbers SK 5, SK 6 and SK 61 still sold until 1962. Built by Braun AG, Frankfurt a.M. Germany.
German Braun Design, Hochschule für Gestaltung Ulm, 1962, 60s, Industrial, Artur Braun, Albrecht Schultz, Dieter Rams, Fritz Eichler, Otl Aicher, Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Hans Gugelot, Inge Aicher-Scholl, Herbert Hirche, HF 1, SK, SK 5, SK 6 and SK 61, Radio-Phone Combination.