Pantonworld wishes all Verner Panton fans a happy new year! Here are some of the Panton design findings from 2018. I wonder what pops up in 2019?
Some new pictures from the violet and the purple room.
Spiral lamp “SP1” and Ball Lamp “Type G” in rare blue tones.
The new SP3 is now in place…
Just got some pictures from my fellow Panton collector “My Panton Home” who picked up this “New Wave” table lamp for me. It was made in 1985 but the tag from Holmegaard was still intact! It was much heavier than expected with glass, steel and led. Looking forward to soon see it lit up! The […]
I recently just bought a rare table lamp from the New Wave series made by Holmegaard in 1985 (above). I have some 1:st edition pieces from this serie since earlier, for example two sizes of a pendant lamp and a rare glass plate. If you have any other pieces from this serie please let me […]
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.
Got some detail pictures from a friend helping me with picking up a SP3 Spiral lamp from the early 1970:ies. It was likelly bought in Köln and it probably came out of the Visiona 2 exhibition according to the relatives of the former owner. The small hooks and the measurements of some parts indicates this […]
Got this “Geometri I” curtain some time ago. If you have any more please let me know.
A little better picture of the rare Geometri VI carpet designed in 1960 I got some months ago. This very carpet was one of the last carpets to leave Unika Vaev when the had a sell-out of products in their showroom in Copenhagen 1970.
This could work! Just hanged 10 voile curtains in purple here. Need to arrange the length but a good step to a “complete” Panton interior.
Next room ready! This hallway goes outside the bedroom and they have now both the same color. On the wall you see an one-off prototype fabric in velour from ca 1978. The design is called “Conus”.