It took many years but at last Pantonworld now has a complete set of original wall elements from Visiona 2 including a prototype panel wich wasn´t used at the final exhibition. Blue / yellow prototype wall element in context of the exhibition “Visiona 2” in 1970. Green / light green wall element from the exhibition […]
Some pics of enamel panels including the curliest soon we have – Otis.
Cheers! Night shoots from two sides of the new “Salon Rouge” room. The two green Visiona 2 panels will later have light in them so they correspond to the two Ring Lamps on the other side of the first wall.
Another lamp cluster is up! Kind of tricky when the cords go through the enamel ceiling like this.
After hours of work to prepare a new cluster of Flowerpot lamps, it is finally up! I will connect the electrics tomorrow. This will be another “Salon Rouge-room” with enamel table, Flowerpot lamps and enamel ceiling.
We have more lamps than plates in this familly…
Something totally unexpected happend this summer. Three original wall panels in green tones from Verner Panton’s legendary “Visiona 2” exhibition showed up from a man who worked with the Visiona fairs in the 70:ies! Marianne Panton earlier told me all green panels from the Bayer ship was destroyed after the exhibition in Köln january 1970. […]
Did anyone see my boxes for the Flowerpot lamp clusters?
Need to wash some Flowerpot lamps before mounting them into another formation.
This wire shelf is probably not designed by Verner but could be a further development from one of the companies he worked for – the company X-Design in Denmark. This company did other wire objects very similar to this.
One fabric that I have looked for the last 10 years. A real favorite! This fabric print “Panel Programme” is based on the motive from enamel panels with kissing faces that Verner used in their house in Binningen. You can also see this design on the enamel gates outside the same house. The fabric is […]
Another fabric for the collection that I didn´t have earlier. The large version of the “Luna” in multicolor.