The new SP3 is now in place…
The “SP3” Spiral lamp is ready!
First raw of spirals are up!
The electric is working! After examining the cords I would say this lamp was first hanged somewhere where it was directly attached to the ceiling. When removed they cut the cord just below the ceiling plate (the top cord is a little short) and hanged it somewhere else, probably in this house with the extra […]
Some first pictures of the early version SP3 that just arrived from Germany. I am super exited about this lamp and more pics will follow when I have taken more pieces out of the box. The lamp came with a custom made metal plate wich fits perfectly above the ceiling plate if you bend it […]
Here you see one of the latest finds in the Pantonworld collection. This is a prototype chair made by Verner Panton 1985. More details will follow.
Some pictures of the walls at Pantonworld.
Just got some pictures from my fellow Panton collector “My Panton Home” who picked up this “New Wave” table lamp for me. It was made in 1985 but the tag from Holmegaard was still intact! It was much heavier than expected with glass, steel and led. Looking forward to soon see it lit up! The […]
Here comes some fresh pictures from the TextielMuseum in Tilburg (NL) that has the ongoing exhibition “Simply Scandinavia”. They have some Verner Panton/Mira-X textiles for loan from the Pantonworld collection as you might see in the pictures… For more info, please check out: www.textielmuseum.nl Credit: Josefina Eikenaar / TextielMuseum
Some pictures from the purple room. In the pictures you see a blue “Type G” Ballamp together with two green “Luminous wall objects” from Visiona 2. Also a prototype for the Salami Chair (Dux Sessel) wich was exhibitied at the Heimtextil in Frankfurt.
Tested another setup of enamel panels today. It was earlier six panels here in six different colors and patterns but just removed the green and blue panel to have it more clean.
Another magazine from the Pantonworld collection. Here you see a reportage in the german magazine Stern about the Visiona 2 exhibition 1970. So cool!