Some pictures of the new blue room. I still have some work before it is ready built and I haven´t yet decided what pieces to have here.
Have you ever been curious what happend to the Europa Grand Hotel who had rooms with Panton interior? It ended like most of Verners interiors…
Here you have some better picture of one of the rare wall elements from the Visiona 2 exhibition 1970. The front is a little more yellow than the backside.
I have now slowely started to move in some furniture, lamps and other objects in the new blue room. The blue and yellow wall element you see here is a prototype for the Visiona 2 exhibition 1970. Verner decided to use two tones of green for the exhibition.
Today “Verner Panton” arrived to Pantonworld. This black and white picture is attached on a big and heavy wooden plate. The frame is made by Vitra. The picture measures about 38×38 x 8 cm:s.
Here comes some of the fantastic pictures I got the other day. Enjoy! The entrance of Varna Restaurant. The Salami Chair / Dux Sessel prototype at Heimtextil fair 1971. This chair is now in the Pantonworld collection. A part of the Varna restaurant I never seen before. Really cool enemel panels in blue! […]
Some tests with blue objects in the new blue room.
I have now got the old picture slides from Sten Hermanssons familly. It is in total 99 pictures but I need to scan them in a professional way before I show them to you. Here is just a short preview of some pictures. The first one is from Sten´s Unika Væv showroom in Stockholm in […]
This MIRA DOMO wall-to-wall carpet has been rolled up for some years now. I got it from the familly of the swedish agent of Verners products, Sten Hermansson. It was extremelly dirty when I got it but I am amazed how it turned out after some heavy cleaning today. I had to cut it […]
Four more Pantop lamps from Elteva arrived today. This time it is two ceiling lamps in white and two rare wall lamps, “Pantop CV”. All are in the smallest size with a diameter of 23 cm.
So now I have started to paint the new room. It will be all blue this time. The idea is to have blue lamps, blue furniture, blue fabrics and other blue things here as well.
Some cool pictures are on their way to Pantonworld. What you see are three cases with slides being sent to me. Two cases are pictures from the swedish interior designer Sten Hermansson’s work. (Sten was also the swedish agent for Mira-X, Unika Væv, Louis Poulsen and Lüber. With other words objects designed by Verner Panton). […]