Interpretation
Project


Radio

Material


Laser-cut cardboard, adhesive film, electronics components

Client


MAK Design Lab, Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna

Description


We were commissioned by the Museum of Applied Arts Vienna to do an interpretation of Victor Papanek and Georg Seeger’s legendary DIY-Mono Radio Receiver »Tin Can Radio«, for the MAK Design Lab.

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Context
mdrsc1GHQK1r5wtub TitleTin Can Radio /Yearc. 1962 /ByVictor Papanek, George Seeger /DescriptionLow-budget radio made from discarded cans developed as part of the UNESCO programme for Southeast Asia.
Yohei-Kuwano_Muji-windupradio TitleWind Up Radio /Year2007 /ByYohei Kuwano
54b3e3aee74cdd0200a03993_1024 TitlePO-16 /Year2014/ByTeenage Engineering /DescriptionPocket operator synthesizer and sequencer
spiralloop_SW DescriptionDIY Spiral loop antenna
ContraCoil DescriptionDIY Contra coil
67823473473 TitleMinimizing Einstein /Year2005 /ByDemakersvan /DescriptionRadio consisting only an antenna, transistor and electrical cord
RADIO-GIF-SHORT-700_SW TitlePaper Radio /Year2014 /ByCoralie Gourguechon
Tykho-Radio_1997 TitleTykho radio /Year1997 /ByMarc Berthier /DescriptionWaterproof FM Radio
25-117-32_1 TitleBag Radio /Year1981 /ByDaniel Weil / DescriptionTransistor radio components in a printed plastic bag
Ground_Symbol DescriptionGround symbol
Antenna_Symbol DescriptionAntenna symbol
Diode_Symbol DescriptionDiode symbol
Inductor_Symbol DescriptionInductor symbol
Speaker_Symbol DescriptionSpeaker symbol

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