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Verner Panton

Verner Panton designsVerner Panton (1926–1998) studied architecture at Denmark's Kunstakademiet – the prestigious Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts – graduating in 1951. After working at Arne Jacobsen's architectural practice for a couple of years he set off in his Volkswagen van to explore Europe. He returned to Denmark full of ideas, and in 1958 undertook a commission to redesign and extend the Komigen Inn, which was run by his parents on the island of Fyn. The result was a sensational expression of the futuristic, colour-saturated geometric styles that came to characterise Panton's work through the 1960s and into the 70s, with five shades of red in the interior decor to give it warmth, and rooms divided into smaller units with a flexible system of bold geometric fabrics. Panton worked with Swiss textiles company Mira-X to produce many of his fabrics and favoured Danish lighting company Louis Poulsen for his lights.

This crisp cotton fabric panel was purchased in Denmark and dates to the late 1970s. The geometric interlocking double-axehead design was created by Verner Panton and is entitled Puzzle I (ref. Vitra Design Museum 2001, Verner Panton: The Collected Works, pp.332–3). Measuring 96cm wide by 126cm in l..
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Brand: Louis Poulsen
Offered as a spare part, this is the main section of an original 1960s production of Verner Panton's Flowerpot pendant lamp in glossy bright orange enamel. It is in excellent condition with two tiny areas of chipping to the rim (see photos)...
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Brand: Mira-X
Purchased in Denmark and offered for sale as a set of 6, these tablemats were made in the 1970s in a style popular in Denmark at that time of an oval shaped mat finished with cotton binding. The fabric used was Verner Panton's geometric wave-like Curve design in red, part of the Mira-Spectrum series..
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