These cushion modules comes from Verner Panton´s home. They were first a part of the “Multi-functional Living Unit” from april 1966 but after that, they were used as a sofa in the Panton familly´s appartement in Hasenrain until 1972 and then in their house in Binningen 1972-1987. The previous owner bought these in the late […]
Some progress with the ultra rare prototype for the Bone Chair. It comes from the exhibition Visiona 2 wich was in january 1970 but has over the years lost its upholstery and inner “hanging”. Here you see the new hanging made with Fagas straps. To be continued…
Happy new Panton-year! Here you see some of the addition to the Pantonworld collection in 2021. Several prototypes but also rare serial produced design from the one and only.
Got another Thonet stool in the collection yesterday. It had a newer cover on but I removed it and under you see this original cover from 1967! It has some stains (not very visible here) so maybe I will change it in the future.
Here it is, the ready framed “Eye” in greyscale from the Anatomic Collection 1978.
First time I have ever seen the “EYE” from the ANATOMIC COLLECTION in greyscale. This mega rare textile was printed by Mira-X in 1978.
What a great lamp! The Elips Lamp prototype by Verner Panton 1972. This large lamp can now be seen in the red room at the exhibition ” Verner Panton – Colouring A New World” at the Trapholt museum. Photo by www.pantonworld.com Copyright for the design: @vernerpantonofficial / Verner Panton Design AG
The fantastic lamp I will never learn how to spell without checking it up – The “Dodecahedron”. This serie of 12-sided lamps were originally designed for Verner Panton´s retrospective exhibition at the Trapholt museum 1998. Now you can see them and much more at the new Trapholt exhibition ” Verner Panton – Colouring a new […]
The Trapholt Museum For Modern Art has now opened the retrospective exhibition ” Verner Panton – Colouring a new world”. I will soon show some more pictures from it. In the meantime you can drowl over this line of Dodecahedron lamps wich was originally designed by Verner Panton for the exhibition in 1998. Copyright: Verner […]