Furniture

Amoeba Highback

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Amoebe Highback from vitra, Design and idea 1969-1970 by Verner Panton.

Year: 1969/1970

While the backrest of the Amoeba ends below the shoulders, the organically seeming seat back of the Amoeba highback stretches above the head of the sitter. This special form of design creates a space in the space and at the same time peruades security.

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Amoeba

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Amoeba from vitra, Design 1969/1979 by Verner Panton.

Year: 1969/1970

They were part of Verner Pantons legendary Visiona 2-exhibition within the frame of the Cologne Furniture Fair in 1970, the AMOEBAS. The skilfully curved armchairs arranged atmospheric in the ambience of countless Ring Lamp were thought up by Verner Panton in two variations.

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Barboy

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

The Barboy from VerPan, Design 1963 by Verner Panton. Cocktail carriage in black or white.

Year: 1963

Adaptable side table and closed container in one – the Barboy is a piece of furniture for many opportunities. Time of his life Verner Panton dealt with the harmony of form and function. Besides, mobility was an important aspect.

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C1 Stool

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Year: 1959

In the end of the 50s Verner Panton was internationally celebrated as a designer for the first time. Absolutely the interiour creation of the Kom-Igen Inn plaid an important part in contributing.

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Cone Chair

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

CONE CHAIR, 1958 Verner PANTON

Year: 1958

For Kom-igen Inn, the restaurant of his father, in 1958 Verner Panton was in search of a club armchair which should unite geometrical forms and functionality. The CONE CHAIR does no only justice this claim, he also excels every expectation which one had to date to a club armchair.

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Cone Stool

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Year: 1958

A restaurant not only needs club armchairs, it also asks for (bar) stools – at least if it was opened like the Kom-Igen Inn end of the 50s. Thus Verner Panton together with the Cone Chair sketched the CONE (BAR) STOOL.

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Cone Table

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Year: 1958

As a low filing table for ashtray and drinks Verner Panton conceived the CONE TABLE. His round tabletop, his conical table leg and a three-armed cross base made the table the ideal companion of the Cone Chair, Verner Panton had created for Kom-Igen Inn, the restaurant of his father.

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