Evoluon Eindhoven

by 3DWarehouse
To celebrate the 75th birthday of the Philips company in Eindhoven in 1966, a special exhibit on science and technology was opened in the Evoluon, a futuristic building looking like a flying saucer that has just landed.
The Evoluon was a museum dedicated to science and technology, and the place of technology in society. It was closed for the public in 1989 and has not been re-opened as a public museum since. It was a unique hands-on museum, where visitors did not only look at the exhibits but also were able to interact with them. You actually were allowed to touch things