Pantonworld wishes all Verner Panton fans a happy new year! Here are some of the Panton design findings from 2018. I wonder what pops up in 2019?
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.
Here you have pictures of some new Verner Panton prototype fabrics. These are already added under “Fabrics” but I have much more fabrics to show you. I will probably need to make a new page for the fabrics because the collection now holds a bit over 300 different fabric designs and the page load very […]
Some of the pieces I got from the Mira-X co-worker. A complete set of glass framed prints with the five classical patterns Checkers, Curve, Circle, Stripe and Kvadrat. Each in the size of 62,5 x 62,5 cm with Verner Panton’s signature printed on it. They are all in very good condition with strong colours preserved […]
Enjoy! Some pictures from the Varna Restaurant near Århus in Denmark 1971.
Some new pictures from our rooms.
I have for the first time got a piece of fabric from the Collection Classic with silver threads. It was made in 1974 for Mira-X either in beige/gold or like this in grey/silver. If you happend to have complete curtains in this fabric, please let me know.
A friend gave me these screenshots from the Charles Bronson movie “10 to midnight” from 1983. If you have a look at the wall you will see a framed fabric “Curve I” in cognac colours.
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Some better pictures of the rare Finesse curtains from 1974.The technique is called “burned-out” and it makes the curtains to become semi-transparent. The backside are covered with a strong yellow fabric. You will soon see pictures of that side as well.
These cool “Finesse” curtains with a cognac coloured curve pattern showed up today. It is two large curtains from 1974. Each curtains is about 245 cm tall and 150 cm wide. There is a special “thing” with these… They have original “Bolivia” (also later called “Mira-Objecta”) furnishing fabric on the backside. It is the same […]
Yesterday, I cleaned and adjusted the red SP1 so it has the same length as the other ones. It looks much better to have them in the same height like this. I took some more pictures of the newest pieces such as the red BARBOY, THE FUN 0 DA and THE MIRROR SCULPTURES as well. […]