Some new pictures from the violet and the purple room.
Here comes some fresh pictures from the TextielMuseum in Tilburg (NL) that has the ongoing exhibition “Simply Scandinavia”. They have some Verner Panton/Mira-X textiles for loan from the Pantonworld collection as you might see in the pictures… For more info, please check out: www.textielmuseum.nl Credit: Josefina Eikenaar / TextielMuseum
Some pictures from the purple room. In the pictures you see a blue “Type G” Ballamp together with two green “Luminous wall objects” from Visiona 2. Also a prototype for the Salami Chair (Dux Sessel) wich was exhibitied at the Heimtextil in Frankfurt.
“Poster’s are out – multiples are in! A Mira-X catalogue from 1978 shows different models of ready made multiples (framed fabrics) you could order from Mira-X. They also had some “Do-it-yourself”-sets, wich came in parts.
Some nice pictures from the Heimtextil fair 1971. The first picture was new to me.
Some pictures from the ongoing Mira-X exhibition at the Textil Museum in St Gallen, Switzerland. The exhibition is named “Die Totale Wohnharmonie” after Mira-X:s slogan in 1976. Strangly I have all the Panton pieces in the Pantonworld collection except from one piece – the wall-to-wall carpet with curves. The fabrics below are designed by two […]
Tomorrow a new exhibition about Mira-X and Verner Panton´s textile design will open at the Textilemuseum St. Gallen in Switzerland.
A cool set of 38 quality samples from different Mira-X wall-to-wall carpets. With Verner Panton’s name and adress on the box.
My girlfriend will be so happy for this, haha!
I must say this Mira-X studio was quite impressing! The floor shows all the 50 colors from the wall-to-wall program “Contract I”. Along the walls you see all different fabric designs and in the ceiling you see large chromed Flowerpot lamps. This picture is from ca 1978.
Here you have the instructions for setting up a Mira-X showroom.
Here you have the 24 best selling colors for the Mira-Lastic furnishing fabrics 1974.