Today about 20 of my Panton pieces came back from a norweigian museum who showed them for some months. They built a really cool display box for the “Luminous Wall Element” prototype in context of Visiona 2. Here are some pictures without the light. It is really crazy to look inside the box. It feels […]
Enjoy! Some pictures from the Varna Restaurant near Århus in Denmark 1971.
The newest Panton fabric in the collection… “EN” from the Universa collection. This series of fabrics was printed by “Vereinigte werkstätten für kunst im handwerk” in 1963.
The interior designer Sten Hermansson made a lot of interiors in Sweden from the early 60:ies to the 90:ies. He had the company Cirkel Design Center. From the 60:ies Sten worked with Verner Panton´s design such as furniture from Plus Linje, textiles from Unika Væv and lamps from Louis Poulsen. Later he became the swedish […]
Here comes the other Panton piece I picked up yesterday. This early version Spiegel Lamp is made out of steel and was made in 1968. It is the same material as in the lamps at Der Spiegel publishing house. Some other cool details are the original Louis Poulsen mounting and electric plug with a switch. […]
Just picked up this big floor model of the Pantop lamp from 1980. The base was much bigger than first expected. The base for the table version is smaller, not only lower.
As you probably noticed I haven´t updated the blog as much as earlier and the reason is that we are moving within some weeks. The new house was made in 1967 and it has all the interior in original condition. It needs a little fixing but will be very cool when done. Especially with Panton´s […]
A new chair for the kids arrived today. Verner Panton designed this “PantoSwing MM” together with other models in the Pantoflex series 1994. Verner´s cooperation with Vereinigte Spezialmöbelfabriken covered the years 1993-1998.
The Pantonic Chair 5010 and the Big Flowerpot lamp were pretty cool together.
A new Verner Panton carpet in the Pantoworld collection. Here comes a really rare “Optik Carpet” from 1969. I have only seen it once in a picture from Verner Panton´s home around 1971. The measurements are 137 x 137 cm and I beleive Unika Vaev was the manufacturer due to the similar technique of these […]
Two new Pantonic chairs arrived today. I have almost forgot how cool they are.