A new Panton book with about 350 pages from Strandberg publishing in Copenhagen just came out. Since Pantonworld was contributing with ca 40 pictures + info, I planned to go there to meet Marianne Panton and others for the release venue. Then I realised I couldn’t get my scheduale together to have time for everything. […]
Today I opened the old cushions for the Bachelor Chair to change the foam. I was a bit surpriced what I found in there… A pair of scissors that probably have been in the cushion since it was made about 55 years ago! It says “Garantie Reinståhl” on it. The cushions turned out great with […]
Some pictures from the blue office in progress.
Some quick pictures of the turquoise room in progress.
Some new pics from the turquoise room in progress. Still some layers of paint to go but the colour is great to blue/turquoise objects.
I have now collected some pieces that could look cool in a future turquoise room. The Big Flowerpot lamp will be more over the couch table and there will also be a big blue/turquoise Tiscalong carpet under the Pantonova sofa. Just need to take everything away again and start painting the walls and ceiling…
At last some time to take new pictures of the aubergine room with a real camera.
17 old Mobilia magazines with Verner Panton´s interior showed up today.
The world’s best furniture for videogames when you are twins, the 3D-carpet from 1969. Here you see some more pictures from the newly painted aubergine and red room at Pantonworld.
Some new pictures from the new house. The biggest room on the top floor will be white for now. We plan to have the ground floor in stronger colours.
Pieces waiting for the new rooms to be painted. Next to this aubergine room, we will make a “Salon Rouge” in red where this table + chairs will be. Another 6 layers of paint, red paint this time…
“Chair with removable cover” was designed by Verner Panton in 1985. Only a few prototypes was made. Fritz Hansen made the steel frame and you supose to use different fabric covers from Mira-X. The shape reminds of the Cone Chair from 1959 but with a touch from the 80:ies.