Love those Spiegel lamps from 1968…
Another ”new” heavy and rare table arrived yesterday…This time a 40 years old ”floating” marble table ”P4635” from the ”Collection P”.The table measures 46 cm in diameter and the total height is 35 cm so it’s quite small but in the same time easy to place.Manufacturer: Artline Wohndecor in Germany 1981.
Wohoo! I was contacted by a nice man who said he most likely had a red Ilumesa light table from the ”Visiona 2” exhibition 1970.He bought it from a german dealer 15 years ago who claimed he got it from a person that took it right out from the exhibition. It’s not easy to know […]
The design ”SEXS” (six in danish) from the Universa collection was one of the few textile designs Verner did that was not for Unika Vaev or Mira-X. The Universa collection was printed by ”Vereinigte Werkstätten für Kunst im handwerk” in Munchen 1963.I have this design in turquoise/white tones and blue/red tones since earlier but no […]
Never expected to see this Anatomic series ”Mouth” / ”Lips” textile in orange! Usually when you see these rare printed textiles with this pattern, they are red. ￼It’s actually also the first time I see this textile design with a paper tag from the original manufacturer Poul Boheim too. It comes from a person who […]
Hmm, what’s wrong with this picture?
The ”black issue” of the Mobila magazine from august 1961 shows almost the whole range of Verner Panton’s early design from Plus Linje and Unika Væv. Most of the design you see there were prototypes when they took those pictures. For example the ultra cool ”Trumpet Chair” – T6.One example of that chair is now […]
Two relics from 666 years before Christ have arrived at Pantonworld. More info and more pictures coming soon…
Woop! At last some matching cushions for the Peacock Chair from 1960.Now this relaxing room with hues of turquoise, blue and purple feels like a place even worthy the designer himself. (Thinking that Verner Panton’s favourite colour was blue).Another great job from @ptv.se (who made the foam work) and @goteborgssyfabrik (who made the fabric work). […]
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.