Some new pictures from our rooms.
Here you see some newly framed fabrics in the collection. All these fabrics are designed by Verner Panton and printed by Mira-X. “Conus I” in blue from 1978. “Discus I” in magenta from 1978. “Classic II” with silver threads from 1974. “Circle I” in multicolour from 1969.
Some better pictures of the XXL red / orange “Tiscalong C” carpet I have for sale. Made by Tisca / Mira-X in 1973. It measures 350 x 250 cm with long threads. Mint condition! The price is 7 500 SEK. firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy new year! This picture comes from the exhibition “Visiona 2” in Cologne 1970. Pretty cool environment! See you in 2016!
The Typ A is now up in the blue room. It took a lot of time to dust it of and hang everything in order.
A new test of curtains for the blue room – “Checkers II” pattern in velour from 1969. I think I like these the best so far. The light goes through them in a cool way. Still need to do something with the floor and also the wiring/hanging of the lamps.
Some pictures of the new blue room. I still have some work before it is ready built and I haven´t yet decided what pieces to have here.
Here you have some better picture of one of the rare wall elements from the Visiona 2 exhibition 1970. The front is a little more yellow than the backside.
I have now slowely started to move in some furniture, lamps and other objects in the new blue room. The blue and yellow wall element you see here is a prototype for the Visiona 2 exhibition 1970. Verner decided to use two tones of green for the exhibition.
Just want to share some pictures of this Pantonova sofa system from 1971. The sofa matches pretty good with the turquise Tiscalong carpet and a Big Flowerpot lamp, also in turquise. The chromed Topan lamps takes up the colours from the room as well.
This wall element comes from the Visiona 2 exhibition in Cologne 1970. A full room was covered but as far as I know this is the only remaining piece.
New pictures of the Ball lamp “Type A” from the “Heimtextil”-fair in Frankfurt 1971. It seems to be very few big lamps with a cromed ceiling plate left from this period.