Trying a small Geometri I carpet under the Peacock Chair. I hope to find the correct orange/red Bolivia fabric for the chair to make it complete. You can still use it like this but of course two more pillows would be bettter.
Slowly I am trying to arrange things in order after the renovation. Verners enamel panels are on top of my best liked pieces. Here you have a rare set with kvadrats.
Seven Pantop lamps showed up today. The two most interesting pieces was these small table lamp bases. I have several coloured spare shades to go with them. These very lamps actually comes from the sale director at Elteva who produced them in the 80:ies.
A new Panton carpet for the Pantonworld collection came today. This round carpet in blue and purple measures 150 cm in diameter. It was designed by Verner Panton 1995 but came in production 1999, one year after Verners death.
This Wave fabric from 1973 came today. Perfect for a frame and perhaps some pillows.
The Typ A is now up in the blue room. It took a lot of time to dust it of and hang everything in order.
Just started to move down parts of the big Wonderlamp from the attic after six months of renovation. The outer layer with orange balls are left so far. I am happy to see the lamp on the chromed ceiling plate again. It looks pretty good even without all strings in place.
Today I received the ultimate Louis Poulsen catalogue from the early 70:ies with about 200 pages of info regarding their lamps. This very catalogue comes from the Louis Poulsen showroom in Paris but it is written in four […]
Some better pictures of this cool and rare Verner Panton lamp – A Pantop lamp in the biggest table model – “Model F” from 1980. The lamp has a chromed metal shade with a diameter of 45 cm.
After 6 months with renovation of the second floor, I can promise we have looked forward to have a floor again! We took down old walls, built new ones and straighten up a very leaning floor. As soon as the floor is dry we will move in the kids again and hopefully make some […]
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Next piece for the Pantonworld collection is an original built SP01 from 1970.