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Sparton 'Bluebird' Radio
January 3

Designed in 1934 by Walter Dorwin Teague, the Sparton 'Bluebird' Radio presented a new aesthetic of geometry and economy derived from machines. Like fellow designers Le Corbusier and Raymond Loewy, Teague sought the ideals of form in 'the art of our newly masterful machine age'. His 'Bluebird' Radio, with its precise blue mirrored body and simple detailing, echoed a clean aesthetic that influenced future generations of design.
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