The phonosuper SK 4 from Braun designed by Dieter Rams and Hans Gugelot in 1956 is also called “Snow White’s Coffin” because of its transparent lid made from PLEXIGLAS®. It was the first technological device in the living room that didn’t hide its technology. At the time, all other musical radiogramophones were made of wood. The SK4 was a very modern record player which perfectly matched the modern residential architecture of the time.
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