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Ole Panton (born 1938) followed in his older brother Verner's footsteps to become an architect and designer, initially making his mark in the design of children’s playgrounds. His first commission was at Bispebjerg Hospital’s child psychiatric clinic, where he created what was considered to be an entirely new type of playground, offering inspiration for both children and their educators. In the mid 1960s Ole Panton helped establish Det Lille Teater, a children’s theatre in Copenhagen, with the help of Louis Weisdorf, who later put him in touch with lighting company Lyfa, an introduction that resulted in the production of Ole Panton's Seks-Tre-Pendel.
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