I have now started to scan the incredibly cool slides I got from the swedish agent for Unika Vaev, Mira-X, J. Lüber, Louis Poulsen and some other Verner Panton related manufacturers. His name is Sten Hermansson and here you see his Unika Vaev showroom at Lidners Plan in Stockholm in the early 60:ies. The orange […]
I have now started to sort out wich seats from the Circus building I will keep and wich seats I will take apart and use fabric from. The Circus building seats have the same furnishing fabric as Verners furniture from Plus Linje. I have been looking for this fabric for a long time. […]
When we rebuilt our blue room I had the chance to arrange new electric connections inside the walls. Then this lamp now have a perfect spot. This lamp is one of my favorites even though it is a pretty small object. It is a prototype lamp version for the “floating system” around 1960. The Topan […]
Some quick pictures from what I picked up in Denmark today. First, a “Roulette” carpet in golden colours from 1965. This one is in mint condition and seems to never have been used. The tags are still there too. Then something I have never seen before. A pair of Cone Chairs […]
These vintage ads for Heart Cone Chairs arrived today. You can see more like this at “Drawings and Posters” under “Collection”.
It is today the norweigian National Day so here comes a picture from Norway. This very chair (early version of the Wire Cone K2) was a gift from Plus Linje to the owner of the Astoria Hotel in the early 60:ies. The same chair was exhibited at the Myresjö Pavillion in the spring 1960. You […]
Some pictures from the basement.
A snapshot from the purple room.
I am looking for a furnishing fabric to make two small pillows for my T5 Peacock Chair. The fabric is named Bolivia and made by Unika Væv in the 60:ies. This fabric was made in Ålesund in Norway and I have seen it on other furniture than Panton’s. It reminds of the Hallingdal fabric from […]
Here comes pictures of the Easy Chair T5 “Peacock Chair”. The T5 was designed for Plus Linje in 1959 and only a small series were made. Now I need to find this fabric to make the missing pillows. If someone has some of this fabric to spare please let me know.
The T5 Peacock Chair just arrived and here is a quick preview. It goes very well with the Geometri pattern from the carpet and curtains. More pictures will follow.
Just wanted to show you a picture from a bedroom 1962. In this room you can see an early version of the T5, also called The Peacock Chair. This very chair will probably show up here tomorrow so you will soon see how it looks today. Unfortunatelly two pillows are missing but I hope to […]