Another project is to frame this huge piece of velour fabric from the Circus building in Copenhagen and to hang it on this turquise wall.
The big ceiling plate is now ready painted in turquoise. I also built a frame to hold it when mounting the 31 Flowerpots. (The plate is upside-down in the picture so I don’t schratch the edges when trying everything).
Next project is to build a Flowerpot cluster Type B out of the plate for the Type D we had up in our old house (see below). So far I have changed the holes and started to paint the plate turquoise.
Some better pictures of the super cool Deck Chair “T4”.
Yesterday this nice Deck Chair “T4” arrived. The chair was designed by Verner Panton for Plus Linje ca 1960.
Some new pictures of the “Type A” Ball Lamp in it´s new place. Looks much better like this since you see it through the door frame. We have plans to paint that room purple but also to put up mirrors that completelly covers the background wall. The orange Ring lamps will probably move into that […]
Today I opened the old cushions for the Bachelor Chair to change the foam. I was a bit surpriced what I found in there… A pair of scissors that probably have been in the cushion since it was made about 55 years ago! It says “Garantie Reinståhl” on it. The cushions turned out great with […]
Today I moved the Wonderlamp to it’s new position – behind the Living Tower.
Invisible Pantonaef “Rabbit” at Pantonworld.
I have some plans to move the Type A Wonderlamp and the Living Tower so they are visible through the door frame. For a quick test, it was easier to move the Living Tower in front of the Wondelamp instead of taking down the big lamp.
Today I got this early version of the Bachelor Chair in raw leather. I like this version with both the seating and the back cushion. The former owners at the danish island Borgholm got it from their friends in 1972 who bought it in the early 60:ies.
Have been working with teak wood more than Panton plastic latelly. Our house is from 1967 and not much have been done since that. I have now struggled with removing old lacque from the teak surfaces to instead give it some new wood oil. First the stair handles and then the garage doors. It becomes […]