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BLUE WONDERLAMP

I guess it took about 15 years in total and hundreds of questions for balls to save pieces for this incredible piece. A lot of persons have contributed with parts so thank you very much!Now this is not really a complete ”Type E” lamp yet but all parts are 100% original from J Lüber so […]

ORANGE WALL

Geometri wall panels in enamel by the one and only.These are actually a mix of panels with a very cool provinance. Five of them comes from the home of Louis Schnakenburg, who took many of the legendary pictures with Verner Panton’s design. These were the first prototypes panels from 1967 and he got them as […]

FUN 1 DM PROTOTYPE

The latest Verner Panton addition in the collection… A prototype version of the ”FUN 1 DM” lamp but here made with thicker transparant discs in acryl, where each disc is shaped in a sort of ”3-D like” pattern. The lamp has a metal bar in the top that hides the cord. Usually these lamps where […]

#save_the_panton_tunnel

The last original artwork by Verner Panton, open to the public, is under threat to be demolished. “The Panton tunnel” in Basel has looked like this since 1980 but there is now plans to build new buildings there so a petitition to save the tunnel has started. Copyright: Verner Panton Design AG. You can reach […]

KEILKISSEN 1966

These cushion modules comes from Verner Panton´s home. They were first a part of the “Multi-functional Living Unit” from april 1966 but after that, they were used as a sofa in the Panton familly´s appartement in Hasenrain until 1972 and then in their house in Binningen 1972-1987. The previous owner bought these in the late […]

BONE CHAIR PROTOTYPE

Some progress with the ultra rare prototype for the Bone Chair. It comes from the exhibition Visiona 2 wich was in january 1970 but has over the years lost its upholstery and inner “hanging”. Here you see the new hanging made with Fagas straps. To be continued…

1967 THONET STOOL

Got another Thonet stool in the collection yesterday. It had a newer cover on but I removed it and under you see this original cover from 1967! It has some stains (not very visible here) so maybe I will change it in the future.