Otis hangs out in the “Sitzshaukel” from Visiona 2.
I think this must be my new office chair! The Pantonic Chair was made by HÅG in Norway 1992. With the blue version I now have a serie with yellow, red, black and blue chairs.
Pantonworld wishes all Verner Panton fans a happy new year! Here are some of the Panton design findings from 2018. I wonder what pops up in 2019?
Next room ready! This hallway goes outside the bedroom and they have now both the same color. On the wall you see an one-off prototype fabric in velour from ca 1978. The design is called “Conus”.
Need to wash some Flowerpot lamps before mounting them into another formation.
This wire shelf is probably not designed by Verner but could be a further development from one of the companies he worked for – the company X-Design in Denmark. This company did other wire objects very similar to this.
These four prototype fabrics from the 1983 Orbit Collection comes from a co-worker to Verner Panton.
Another pair of a very rare curtain in multicolored velor. “Kvadrat II” – also from the home of Verner Panton’s brother in the 70:ies. They have earlier hanged in the same place for about 40 years!
First set of curtains to be clean again. This is “Circle II” curtains from the home of Verner Panton’s brother in the 70:ies.
The blue office is also taking shape. I especially like the Pantonaef model above the aquarium. It has some chromed plates in it wich reflects the light. Those chromed plates and also some different purple plates comes from Verner Panton´s own pre-serie of the Pantonaef system wich he developed 1975, before he contacted the swiss […]
At last! Everything is connected and up. Some small adjustments are left and the ceiling panels need to be back on place but at last some light over the dining table.
I just put up a medium Curve curtain in the red room to hide the small kitchen. The refrigerator is also moved to behind the curtain wich made it possible to remove the old cupboard for it. It gives a much better view when you enter the room. I will paint the wall in red […]