[Philips] - Goed licht in huis. Philips ornamenten voor gezellige, verantwoorde huisverlichting
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[Catalogue] - Goed licht in huis. Philips ornamenten voor gezellige, verantwoorde huisverlichting - Eindhoven - Philips Nederland n.v. - [ca 1965] - 1st edition - 38 pp - Stapled wrappers - 20 x 23,5 cm.
Commercial catalogue with 1960s design lighting from the Eindhoven manufacturer, with quotations (!). Illustrated with photos and drawings of interiors (including vintage lamps, furniture, TVs and radios) and the individual models in colour and black and white. With advice for light distribution, how much LUX is needed, etc. Rare documentation.
¶ The Russian Achilles de Khotinsky started the first light bulb factory in the Netherlands on December 24, 1883 in Rotterdam. After Gerard Philips visited the winter garden of Hotel Krasnapolsky, he became so fascinated by the incandescent light that he decided to start producing incandescent bulbs. This idea led to the establishment of a light bulb factory in Eindhoven in 1891. A factory that eventually grew into the multinational Koninklijke Philips Electronics.