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.
Spending last night mounting these as a setup of six Spiegel lamps. These lamps comes from the same source so I divided them from the others we have.
Got this “Geometri I” curtain some time ago. If you have any more please let me know.
A little better picture of the rare Geometri VI carpet designed in 1960 I got some months ago. This very carpet was one of the last carpets to leave Unika Vaev when the had a sell-out of products in their showroom in Copenhagen 1970.
This could work! Just hanged 10 voile curtains in purple here. Need to arrange the length but a good step to a “complete” Panton interior.
Some pictures from the ongoing Mira-X exhibition at the Textil Museum in St Gallen, Switzerland. The exhibition is named “Die Totale Wohnharmonie” after Mira-X:s slogan in 1976. Strangly I have all the Panton pieces in the Pantonworld collection except from one piece – the wall-to-wall carpet with curves. The fabrics below are designed by two […]
Tomorrow a new exhibition about Mira-X and Verner Panton´s textile design will open at the Textilemuseum St. Gallen in Switzerland.
At last I managed to get the last and missing color of the Cone lamp from Polythema. These were made in a limited number of 300 pieces each in the color white, blue, red and yellow.
Here you see what me and Julian has been up to the last days… These incredibly cool Spiegel lamps are now up in the purple room.
A quick test to see a possible layout with the Spiegellamps next to a mirror.
Some more enamel coasters from ca 1967 arrived today (the 5 smaller ones in the bottom of the picture). They are used under glasses to protect the table.