What you see here is an enamel coaster for keeping your food or drink hot. Made by Emaillerie Corgemont in the 60 / 70:ies.
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.
At last some new pictures of the Salon Rouge at Pantonworld.
I have taken some new pictures of Salon Rouge at Pantonworld. Here is a little preview of the enamel ceiling. More will follow soon.
Some pics of enamel panels including the curliest soon we have – Otis.
The lamps, the carpet and the Pantonova sofa are now adjusted a little better in the turquoise room.
An enamel ashtray in a special color for Der Spiegel publishing house 1969 showed up today. More pictures will come.
Some better pictures of the super cool Deck Chair “T4”.
The hardest work is now done and the next step is to finish some details and paint some walls ready. I will probably also hang longer red “see-through” curtains in the window. After this room I will start to make a yellow kitchen wich is next to this room.
At last! Everything is connected and up. Some small adjustments are left and the ceiling panels need to be back on place but at last some light over the dining table.