I have not re-painted the AUBERGINE ROOM yet. It will probably take some time before that happends but I have tried a little bit with the “mysterious sofa” I founded some weeks ago. It has original aubergine MIRA-X fabric on, it reminds very much about the PANTONOVA SOFA but it does not exactly look lika […]
Today I received an email from Marianne Panton. She told me to have a look at an article in a new danish magazine, FEIN. You can see their magazines here: http://www.feinmag.dk/se-magasin/ Or go directly to the article here (only danish…): http://issuu.com/feinschmecker/docs/fein_juni_web/1
“FOR SALE” IS NOW UPPDATED WITH SOME NEW VERNER PANTON OBJECTS AND BETTER PICTURES…
I was contacted by the people behind the Verner Panton blog in Germany, TAGWERC. They wanted to know more about the Panton World and my interest in the one and only… Verner Panton. To see the full interview, please go to: http://blog.verner-panton.de/en/special/pantonworld/
Some new pics from the AUBERGINE ROOM. The WIRELAMP is original from Lüber. It comes with orange, yellow, white and brown shade. The grey PANTONAEF RHINO is a new familly member. At last I made the blue ANATOMIE EYE frame. The ANATOMIE series is one of Verners coolest fabrics if you ask me. […]
The kids just got a new curtain in their yellow room. A nice PANTONAEF fabric with boats, trucks and cars. Looks pretty cool when the sun goes through!
I have updated the PANTONWORLD with some new rooms. You now find the different rooms under MY ROOMS — TOP FLOOR / GROUND FLOOR / BASEMENT… The PINK ROOM is totally new. Here you can see some nice objects: A large and rare FUN 14 DM, two wall lamps called FUN 1 WM, ANATOMIE LIP […]
… CLOWN! It is very big… Each plate is 6 centimers wide. Verner designed this toy for the Swiss toy-company “NAEF” in 1975. I have not desided the plates for it yet but you will see it soon!
Welcome to my Verner Panton collection! I will here show you pictures of my collection and the rooms we live in. It is a constantly changing project. This is my tribute to the fantastic designer and architect Verner Panton. I will constantly fill it with more pictures from my collection but it takes some times […]