A friend of me had a look through old copies of Louis Poulsen’s magazine LP-Nyt. In one magazine, from 1967, this picture in black and white from a Louis Poulsen showroom in Paris showed up. This must be my lamp wich was a prototype and shouldn’t have been made in several copies. I got the […]
A new Ball lamp for the collection just arrived from France. Better pictures will come later.
This was nothing I expected to find… 33 wooden wall panels from “Der Spiegel Kantine” in orange and purple just arrived home. Each panel has about the same measurements as a Spiegel lamp. Below you see some pictures from when they still were up in the building. The house is now gone.
The purple Optik carpet now ended up in the kids room in green. Those two colors goes quite good together.
Ok, here we go again… The walls are now smooth without old wall papers so just need to do another 100 layers of paint again. We also changed the yellow-orange color to orange for better matching to the red dining part. The red is also a little more vivid for a perfect match with the […]
Maybe you think I have renovation as a hobby… We decided to fill the old structured wallpaper before painting the finishing layers of yellow-orange. The paint wasn’t vivid enough earlier and if we would have choosen a more shiny paint (wich also means stronger/more vivid colors), it wouldn’t have looked good with stuctured wallpaper. So… […]
The next Salon Rouge room is soon ready… One idea is to have large wall mirrors from the floor to the ceiling on each side of the table.
A guy I know in Göteborg, Ruben Östlund, just won the “Palm d’or” in Cannes for his movie “The Square” wich will come up in theathers this autumn 2017. Pantonworld has lend the film crew some Panton pieces for the decor. Amongst other pieces you see a fabric frame in beige with kvadrat pattern (picture from […]
A new cool piece for the collection showed up the other day but I haven´t had the time to show it until now. First I did not think this stool was a design by Verner Panton but a lot of details points to the direction this really is an “undiscovered Panton Stool” from 1967. […]
Next test… This is the same orange as Verner had in his first entrance in the Binningen villa. I think we keep this one.
First test of color for the entrance – Verner Panton’s dark green color.