Love those Spiegel lamps from 1968…
At last! This rare ”Sitzshaukel” from the legendary exhibition ”Visiona 2” didn’t come with a cushion when I got it. It was meant to have a cushion with removable cover – or to use it without.With the help of several professionals and photos from the time, it’s now not only super cool and good looking […]
Framing done! Love this “Berg” design from 1978. Only a few prototype prints was made with this cool design.
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 really hard to find ”Mira-Tülle” curtains arrived the other day. The colours this time is orange (now already hanging in our orange living room), aubergine, blue and green.It’s always very hard to tell if it’s really Verner Panton’s version from Mira-X if you don’t know the provinance but here I know it for all […]
A red rare flat weave “Geometri I” axminster carpet from 1960.
This sofa has hanged around many years. It’s now in such bad condition that we need to have a wooden board between the bottom and the sitting cushion so we don’t sit on the floor… On the other hand, it’s almost the only furniture in the house, except from beds, some tables and tv that […]
New carpet for the collection – a green version of the “Marguerite” carpet designed by Verner Panton for Unika Vaev 1965. With all original tags still intact!
Some new pictures from the violet and the purple room.
The new SP3 is now in place…
Here comes some fresh pictures from the TextielMuseum in Tilburg (NL) that has the ongoing exhibition “Simply Scandinavia”. They have some Verner Panton/Mira-X textiles for loan from the Pantonworld collection as you might see in the pictures… For more info, please check out: www.textielmuseum.nl Credit: Josefina Eikenaar / TextielMuseum
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.