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Verner Panton

 

Verner Panton translated the inspiration drawn from his years of travels in some of the boldest furniture designs the world had ever seen. With his visionary designs and provocative material choices, playful shapes and bold use of colour, Panton created some of the most iconic Danish designs. The ‘S’ Chair, also known as the Panton Chair is possibly more popular today then ever …

I have made a selection of some of my favourite pieces that is a bit more subtle but at the same time makes a big impact in a room.

Choosing colours should not be a gamble. It should be a conscious decision. Colours have a mining and a function.
— Verner Panton

Panton chair

Without a doubt the Panton Chair is Verner Panton’s best known and perhaps most significant design. The Panton Chair was designed in 1959 and the first production was almost 10 years later, because it was just to difficult to manufacture and it took Verner this time to perfect his tecniques.

VP GLOBE

A lamp designed to catch the eye and consolidate a room, regardless of whether it hung alone or in clusters.

 The Iconic Wire Lamp

The Iconic Wire Lamp

The main goal of my work? To encourage people to use their imagination
— Verner Panton

SYSTEM 1 - 2 - 3

The art of seating, System 1 - 2 - 3 dining chair was initially designed in 1973 and now recreated by sketches from Panton’s archive.

Get your hands on a vintage one if you can!

 
 
Marion Reynolds