Now, I am pretty convinced that my yellow / blue “WALL ELEMENT” is a prototype for the “LUMINOUS WALL ELEMENT” at the VISIONA 2 exhibition in Cologne 1970. Made for Bayer Chemicals, West Germany. I have a handwritten “certificate” from Marianne Panton that Verner Panton was the creator of my panel and I already knew […]
Here is a very early Panton lamp. The Topan lamp with a difusor were only produced 1959. To the left you can also see a Topan lamp with reflector. That one came 1965. In the background you can see a “regular” Topan lamp without a difusor or reflector. There is a really good website about […]
Today I got another blue SKARRIDAN enamel panel from SKARRIDSØ. Verner Panton designed these as kitchen doors in 1980. At last, I have four in the same size. I will probably use these in a formation of four together as a group. By the way, here you can see the whole kitchen: http://www.verner-panton.com/furniture/archive/phase/1172/
Two mobile pictures from my professional refurnisher. The aubergine chair now has buttons. He also made some adjustements to make it look perfect! He used my other turquise chaiselongue as a template when refurnished it. Lucilly, I had found original Miralastic fabric covering an old sofa before. I throwed the sofa away but kept the […]
This incredible bedspree and pillows are made by Johannes in Germany. He used 4,7 kilometers of threads to make it… I think it is an incredible project! Thanks for sharing this with us Johannes!
I am looking for more enamel panels designed by Verner Panton. Please let me know if you have any for sale!
I did some more test with the prototype wall panel / lamp for VISIONA 2. I have now putted some light in it and also made it possible to hang on a wall. Still need some adjustements for the blue “bump”… But I think it will be very cool in the end!
A friend just sent me this picture from Kastrup Airport in Copenhagen, Denmark.
At last! The book “Verner Panton – Die SPIEGEL Kantine” took a lot of time to come out but today I received it. I bought my copy at eBay and I think there is more left if you are interested. It costed under 30 euros (plus shipping). The book looks very nice even if I […]
When I realised that some of the green panels at VISIONA 2 were lamps not only wall panels, I thought of this prototype wall panel I got some years ago. The colour of this prototype wall panel did not really fit into Verner Pantons other colours from this time period. I couldn´t understand why. Now […]
Here is a cool thing… Some of the green wall panels at the VISIONA 2 exhibition 1970 were not only panels – they were lamps! If you look at the pictures above you can see that the colours are a bit different for the ones to the left compared to the others. The big “bumbs” […]
Here comes a really cool piece! A turquise enamel-panel.