● Chair collection „Plastic Armchairs“ (1950); designers: Ray and Charles Eames, USA; manufacturer: Vitra; material: polyester reinforced with fibreglass (seats)

Lufthansa aircraft tableware (1955); designer: Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Germany; manufacturer: Johannes Buchsteiner Plasticwerk; material: melamine

● Portable radio/record player combination “Combi“ (1954/55); designer: Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Germany; manufacturer: Max Braun AG; material: plastic (not specified in any greater detail)

● Radio/record player combination “SK4“ (1955/56); designer: Dieter Rams, Germany; manufacturer: Max Braun AG/Germany; material: polymethyl methacrylate (Plexiglas)

● Cantilever chair “Panton Chair“ (1960); designer: Verner Panton, Denmark; manufacturer: Vitra; material: Luran S

● Table lamp “Nesso (1964); designer: Giancarlo Mattioli, Italy; manufacturer: Artemide; material: acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)

“Bubble Chair“ (1968); designer: Eero Aarnio, Finland; manufacturer: Adelta; material: polymethyl methacrylate (Plexiglas)

● Standard lamp “Mezzachimera“ (1969); designer: Vico Magistretti, Italy; manufacturer: Artemide; material: polymethyl methacrylate (Plexiglas)

● Lamp “Mayday“ (1998), included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York; designer: Konstantin Grcic, Germany; manufacturer: Flos; material: polypropylene

● Bar stool “Miura“ (2005), included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York; designer: Konstantin Grcic, Germany; manufacturer: Plank; material: polypropylene

“Mr. Impossible Chair“ (2007); designer: Philippe Starck, France; manufacturer: Kartell; material: polycarbonate

● Chair “Slim“ (2007); designer: Roberto Foschia; manufacturer: Softline All Kit; material: styrene acrylonitrile copolymer (Luran 368 R)

● Cantilever chair “Myto“ (2007); designer: Konstantin Grcic, Germany; manufacturer: Plank/Italy; material: polybutylene terephthalate (Ultradur)