It was not easy to get the four Spiegel lamps straight in a formation but here is the first try.
SP1 in silver from J. Lüber and Verner’s own prototype wire table in yellow from the late 60:ies/early 70:ies.
Another prototype fabric for the collection wich comes from one of Verner Panton´s closest co-worker. The pattern is Verner Panton´s classical pattern “Curve II” but this is printed with a lacque print on a thinner fabric so the colours gets stronger.
Two out of four Spiegel lamps are now into place. It is kind of tricky to get them correct towards eachother so I will call it a wrap for today and continue tomorrow.
A set of three sun yellow/orange Geometri panels. This room will perhaps be orange later but we start like this since we like the original wall paper from 1967 – the same years as these enamel panels came out on the market. These very panels are prototypes from 1966 and were given to the photographer […]
We have now started to mark out places for enamel panels and Spiegel lamps in the new house. A good way of checking if everything is on the right place is to first use tape, that doesn’t leave any marks, and then mount the pieces inside the tape markings. I have measured a lot so […]
Pantonaef Rabbit on top of Verner Panton’s first prototype for the Lighting Sculpture. You also see one of the Wire Cone Chairs from “Gulleplet” at Astoria Hotel 1960 and a table version of the VP Europa lamp.
Trying different lamp settings in the red room…
Some pictures of our four Spiegel lamps. Haven´t decided if they shall hang four together or a raw with three in a raw. The pink one is made in steel and that one is 0,5 cm deeper.
Done at last! Six layers of red paint was needed to cover the walls and ceiling properly. Windows and door frames still needs some work but at last I can move in some furniture and objects.
Some pictures of the five prints with Spectrum motives from Mira-X. They measure 60 x 60 cm each and they all have the original framing with matte glass and metal clips. These prints comes from the estate of the Mira-X co-worker in Germany, Heinz Alexander Werner.
Five layers of red paint is now up and if lucky when everything is dry, I don’t need a sixth layer…