At FIN – Funky Interior, we are proud to offer a selection of restored Verner Panton pieces, allowing collectors and enthusiasts to enjoy and appreciate his innovative designs for years to come.

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Verner Panton

Verner Panton was a Danish designer known for his innovative and futuristic designs in furniture, lighting, and textiles. Born in 1926 in Gamtofte, Denmark, Panton studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts before working with famed designer Arne Jacobsen. In 1955, Panton opened his own design studio and quickly gained international recognition for his avant-garde designs.

Panton was a pioneer in the use of molded plastic, creating iconic pieces such as the Panton Chair, the first single-formed plastic chair made from a single piece of material. He also experimented with unusual shapes and bold colors, creating pieces such as the Flowerpot Lamp, the Wire Cone Chair, and the Amoebe Chair.

Panton's work was not limited to furniture and lighting. He also designed textiles, including the famous "Geometri" fabric, which featured a colorful geometric pattern. He also created interior designs for spaces such as the Spiegel publishing house in Hamburg, Germany, and the Varna restaurant in Aarhus, Denmark.

Panton's work has had a lasting impact on the world of design, inspiring generations of designers to push the boundaries of form, function, and aesthetics. His designs can be found in museums and private collections around the world, and continue to be produced and sought after by design enthusiasts and collectors alike.