Sorry for not posting anything for a long time. It has been too much other things around but today (my birthday), the familly had the time to go to Denmark for a since long time planned thing… Some years ago I bought several prototype enamel panels from the widow of Louis Schnakenburg (Louis was a […]
Some quick pictures of the turquoise room in progress.
Some new pics from the turquoise room in progress. Still some layers of paint to go but the colour is great to blue/turquoise objects.
I have now collected some pieces that could look cool in a future turquoise room. The Big Flowerpot lamp will be more over the couch table and there will also be a big blue/turquoise Tiscalong carpet under the Pantonova sofa. Just need to take everything away again and start painting the walls and ceiling…
Some cool pictures from fair stands for Emaillerie Corgemont ca 1971. I have showed these two pictures before but here they are again in even better quality.
After some tests it seems like a set of 9 orange panels works the best. I tried to mix them as well (below) but the blue is to dark. The plan was to cover the wall but it was too much for this room. The blue panels will end up in the turquise bathroom we […]
I have now made 9 of the 16 metal bars that will hold the enamel panels on the wall. The work with them was a bit tricky since everything needs to be so exact. I will start mounting them on the wall tomorrow.
Some pictures in daylight.
A set of three sun yellow/orange Geometri panels. This room will perhaps be orange later but we start like this since we like the original wall paper from 1967 – the same years as these enamel panels came out on the market. These very panels are prototypes from 1966 and were given to the photographer […]
Some new pictures of the new enamel table from 1967.
Enjoy! Some pictures from the Varna Restaurant near Århus in Denmark 1971.
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?!