Kom-Igen Inn

Author: Bianca KILLMANN Posted in Rooms


Year: 1958

As the first big order Verner Panton took over the removal and the indoor creation of the KOM-IGEN inn on property Langeso Park on his home island Fünen. Principal was his father, who pursued the bar as a tenant. He had recognised the potential of his son and wanted to promote. With five red tones co-ordinated on each other Verner Panton formed the interior. Also the clothing of the service staff was considered in the total concept. In 1958 a novelty. The seats consisted of Tivoli Chair and Cone Chair. Last was presented to the public for the first time. As a Series K (Kraemmerhusstole) the piece of furniture caused big sensation and was produced in 1959, the following year, by the Danish company Plus-linje. Hovever the slope lights specially conceived for the guest space remained exclusively and were never produced for the market.