Just started to move down parts of the big Wonderlamp from the attic after six months of renovation. The outer layer with orange balls are left so far. I am happy to see the lamp on the chromed ceiling plate again. It looks pretty good even without all strings in place.
WHITE LARGE CEILING PLATE
This Typ A Ball Lamp now also have a white ceiling plate. The original ceiling plate for this lamp are chromed and that looks of course much better but I wanted to have a white version to it as well. The white ceiling plate and the small metal sprints comes from J. Lübers private […]
I have now tried the Typ A lamp in five different places. Every move is a lot of work since you need to take the whole lamp apart each time. Now I am at last satisfied with the position. I really look forward to see a large mirror covering the wall in the background.
Some of my favorite Panton pieces in the same picture.
VIEW FROM THE LIVING TOWER
Another quick picture. This is the view from the 4:th level of the Living Tower.
I have some plans for this room but no time… I hope to get a big mirror from wall to wall behind the petrol coloured Pantonova chaise longue. This will make the room look twice as big and the lamps will reflect there as well.
Just some quick pictures from the aubergine room. I changed all lamp bulbs to the lower 25 watt just to try. It looks very good with the matching intensity of the lamps but I need some other light as well because it gets very dark. I also tried with a formation of Topan lamps. That […]
I just realised that I got the Wonderlamp in a cardboard box wich has been the “home” of this lamp since january 1980! It says it has been packed that month and year (in german) wich means that it hasn´t seen any daylight for over 35 years.
The gigantic ceiling plate for the Type A lamp is now up. To be continued…
There are some major news coming to Panton World soon. My friends are helping me packing it at the moment. Here is a little preview…
BALL LAMP TYP H
So here are the new Ball lamp “Typ H”. This lamp was designed by Verner Panton and were putted into serial producton by J. Lüber in 1970. I had a lamp like this some years ago but sold it again. Afterwards I missed it so I am happy to have one back. If you […]
UPDATING PANTON WORLD
The nearest days I will work to adjust the new design for this website. I am learning in the same time as you see it so please be patient if the website looks totally crazy…Hopefully it will be a lot easier to navigate. The blog will probably be at the front page as you see […]