Sorry for not posting so much latelly. The reason is this! A total makeover of the kitchen, hallway and stairway. The walls and ceilings are repaired with plaster boards and the floor will be changed within some days. It “only” took us 6 years to do this since some other things came up… Like three […]
Some new enamel panels are just up. This is just at test since I will repair the whole wall and put flat boards on the walls and ceiling. It matches better with the 60-70:ies style enamel panels.
Just finished painting the brown room into a white room.
Here you have a few of the ceiling panels from Salon Rouge. I turned some pictures upside down to just get the idea of how it looks when they are up in the ceiling together with the wall panels. Beside these panels, there are some wich will have clusters of Flowerpot lamps hanging down from […]
Just opened the boxes with 60 Flowerpot lamps from Salon Rouge. I haven’t had the time to do this earlier. I also realised each fabric cord for them are about four meters long so the plastic bag contains about 240 meters of cord. They will hang in sets of 10 lamps together in a formation.
This was what I saw yesterday when I visited Scandic Hotel Europa in Göteborg – a nice set of Mirror Sculptures from Verpan!
Some more “Candlestick Tonight” arrived today. It is quite cool to build different formations. The idea is to have each candle reflecting in another candlestick.
This picture was taken about 20 years ago. It is probably one of the last pictures of what use to be Verner Pantons interior design “Salon Rouge” at Emalco. I am very happy to now have this fantastic interior in the Panton World collection. The Emaillerie Corgémont (Emalco since 1971) was founded in 1932 under […]
Here is a small sample of the carpet from the Salon Rouge. Unfortunatelly I don´t beleive there is so much hope to find any bigger pieces of it.
The “Salon Rouge” was designed by Verner Panton in 1971/72. It was the canteene for the employes of Emaillerie Corgemont but also worked as a showroom for their high quality enamel pieces. Emaillerie Corgemont was the manufacturer for making the Flowerpot lamps to Louis Poulsen from the 60:ies but they also made the wall […]
Now the table top and foot base are connected together again. This table comes from a so far “undiscovered” Panton interior called Salon Rouge. Most of the tables were destroyed and this is as far as I know the only round table left from this place.
Otis tries the new Panton table for the first time.