Some very cool pictures from the old factory at Emaillerie Corgémont 1950-60.
Some pictures from the enamel maker “Emalco Emaillerie SA” ca 1970. Verner Panton designed the wallpanels, tables and wire cubes in these pictures.
Some new pictures of the new enamel table from 1967.
I love Verner Panton’s enamel work. Here is a really nice table with Geometri I pattern. It measures 62,5 x 62,5 cm and the height is 46,5 cm. The idea is to finally have a complete set of 9 blue Geometri enamel panels on the wall and change the table plate into the turquise one […]
I have now got some of the old slides from the Mira-X agent, converted into digital pictures. Here is one picture from 1971 wich shows the Varna Restaurant in Århus, Denmark. I want the blue enamel panels… Where are you?!
Here are some pictures of another prototype enamel panel, called “C1”. This one is a little smaller than the usual size and measures 47 x 47 x 2 cm.
Some new pictures of my green “C2” enamel panel. It measures 62,5 x 62,5 x 2 cm. Green panels was never in serial production but some prototypes were made and used in the garden of the Panton residence.
Another cool thing that arrived today is this heavy enamel broschure holder from the early 70:ies. Emalco was the company who made all Verner Pantons enamel work such as Flowerpot lamps, wall panels, tables and more. Before 1971 the company was named Emaillerie Corgemont so this has to be from when they changed name […]
A snapshot from the purple room.
This picture was taken about 20 years ago. It is probably one of the last pictures of what use to be Verner Pantons interior design “Salon Rouge” at Emalco. I am very happy to now have this fantastic interior in the Panton World collection. The Emaillerie Corgémont (Emalco since 1971) was founded in 1932 under […]
Here is a small sample of the carpet from the Salon Rouge. Unfortunatelly I don´t beleive there is so much hope to find any bigger pieces of it.
The “Salon Rouge” was designed by Verner Panton in 1971/72. It was the canteene for the employes of Emaillerie Corgemont but also worked as a showroom for their high quality enamel pieces. Emaillerie Corgemont was the manufacturer for making the Flowerpot lamps to Louis Poulsen from the 60:ies but they also made the wall […]