The “Salon Rouge” was designed by Verner Panton in 1971/72. It was the canteene for the employes of Emaillerie Corgemont but also worked as a showroom for their high quality enamel pieces.
Emaillerie Corgemont was the manufacturer for making the Flowerpot lamps to Louis Poulsen from the 60:ies but they also made the wall panels, tables and ceiling panels you see in the pictures above.
This interior is since long time gone from this place but I have been lucky to get a big part of it.
The Salon Rouge is probably, together with the Der Spiegel canteene (now on museum) the only remaining “complete” Verner Panton interior existing with lamps, tables, wall panels and a large enamel ceiling.
I hope to show you the fantastic ceiling soon. It is made with enamel panels with a pattern from the Geometri I series. From the begining, this place had red Panton Chairs but they were later replaced to the chairs you see here.