MUSEUM
LAYOUT

Visitors'
itineraty

ROOM ONE
The dawn of plastics, the first objects made of celluloid, ebonite, casein formaldehyde in various shapes and colors.
ROOM SIX
Plastic as ornament and finish: blenders, shakers and the combination of PVC and metal. A gramophone. Plastic for health purposes in "medical" components. Some precursors of modern household appliances.
ROOM SEVEN
Office equipment: adding machines in phenolic resin, one of the first photocopy machines (1950s), a film projector in phenolic resin and metal, one of the first vacuum cleaners. The man on the moon, artificial satellites, art and sculpture.
ROOM TWO
Bakelite, urea formaldehyde, PVC, polystyrene are added here and the following items are made out of them: records, microphones, radio sets, the superb Castiglioni radio of 1938, cameras from the 1930s to the 1960s, thermoses, razors, and more
ROOM FIVE
More toys, advertising items, roulette wheels. Measuring instruments, electrical devices and a Bakelite barometer from the Thirties. Boccia balls made of reinforced resin and a chewing gum dispensing machine made of polystyrene from the Fifties.
ROOM FOUR
A touch of England: original brushes with animal shapes and toys from the Twenties, Thirties and Forties, lamps, lanterns, fans, scales made of phenolic resins and urea formaldehyde.
ROOM THREE
Means of telecommunication from the Thirties to the Fifties, telephones made of phenolic resin of various shapes and colors, one of the first specimens of the American television from 1940, boxes, eyeglasses and knickknacks


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THE PLASTICS
THE MUSEUM
AND ITS' HISTORY
PONT:
THE TOWN
AND ITS HISTORY
A FACTORY,
A TRADITION
A MUSEUM
PLASTIC
MATERIALS
SANDRETTO
INDUSTRIE