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  • Verpan Leather Deluxe 123 Chair
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    Verpan Leather Deluxe 123 Chair
    Maintaining its original 1973 design, the Tonus lounge chair is high-octane glamour in curvy shape and tufted leather. A pointed response to the four-legged chair, Tonus rises up out of the floor in an organic and modern form.
  • Verpan Tonus System 123 Chair
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    Verpan Tonus System 123 Chair
    Maintaining its original 1973 design, the Tonus lounge chair is high-octane glamour in curvy shape and sleek material. A pointed response to the four-legged chair, Tonus rises up out of the floor in an organic and modern form.
  • Verpan - System 1-2-3 Dining Chair Standard
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    Verpan - System 1-2-3 Dining Chair Standard
    Verpan presents a chair out of the 1-2-3 series with the 1-2-3 Dining Chair. The series has already been designed by Verner Panton in 1973 together with Fritz Hansen. The initial collection included 20 different chair models, which differed by some details such as the seat height, armrests or bases. The public was astonished by the chairs in that time. Criticizers even called the series a milestone for the future of furniture design. After about 10 years, Fritz Hansen took the series out of the assortment and the timeless cantilever chairs are produced by the Danish manufacturer Verpan today. Verpan’s 1-2-3 series includes a dining room chair and a lounge chair, both models are coated with fabrics or leather in standard versions, as well as in a deluxe version as a Chesterfield edition. The initial intention of Verner Panton was to design a furniture program fulfilling many different functions and still granting high seat comfort with his 1-2-3 series. The shaping should be simple and natural, so that the chairs suited in the most different surroundings as functional elements. Verner Panton needed three years to develop his series. The result was a unique seating furniture concept with Panton working systematically on design and function based on a pre-defined theme. ”I wanted to design furniture that seem to grow out of the ground – organic chairs without four feet” , explained Panton about the work at the collection. Panton’s initial design consisted on a simple steel frame with a textiles coating to be fixed at. Verpan uses CHMR foam to upholster the new editions, in order to increase comfort and to ensure a fixed and flat coating. Verpan uses different fabric materials such as those by Camira or Kvadrat in the most different colours. Also different leather coatings are possible optionally. Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.
  • Verpan - Panton Low Lounge Table
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    Verpan - Panton Low Lounge Table
    Verpan presents a side table which cares for clear edges: The design object by Verner Panton renounces design experiments and consciously shows and emphasizes its edges. The low lounge table was initially part of the 1962 by Panton designed, modular furniture system Studioline. This one included different sizes, foldable box furniture – which was equipped with cushions, usable as seat and lying elements and without cushions serving as storage boxes. The edged shape of the low lounge table is unusual for the otherwise organic, sculptural shaping of Verner Panton, but regarding the modularity and multifunctionality of the whole furniture series – this design especially mirrors functional aspects. The table doesn’t convince for nothing with its flexibility, given by its wheels. Verpan produces the corpus of the low lounge table out of powder coated MDF. The wheels consist of chrome plated metal. The wheels are also responsible for a small accent of colour and form in the square corpus. The lounge table by Verpan is absolutely timeless because of the clear, geometric design. The low lounge table is usable as mobile side table, couch table or as seating furniture, inserted in the most different furnishing styles. Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.
  • Verpan - System 1-2-3 Lounge Chair Standard
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    Verpan - System 1-2-3 Lounge Chair Standard
    Verpan presents a chair out of the 1-2-3 series with the 1-2-3 Lounge Chair. The series has already been designed by Verner Panton in 1973 together with Fritz Hansen. The initial collection included 20 different chair models, which differed by some details such as the seat height, armrests or bases. The public was astonished by the chairs in that time. Criticizers even called the series a milestone for the future of furniture design. After about 10 years, Fritz Hansen took the series out of the assortment and the timeless cantilever chairs are produced by the Danish manufacturer Verpan today. Verpan’s 1-2-3 series includes a dining room chair and a lounge chair, both models are coated with fabrics or leather in standard versions, as well as in a deluxe version as a Chesterfield edition. The initial intention of Verner Panton was to design a furniture program fulfilling many different functions and still granting high seat comfort with his 1-2-3 series. The shaping should be simple and natural, so that the chairs suited in the most different surroundings as functional elements. Verner Panton needed three years to develop his series. The result was a unique seating furniture concept with Panton working systematically on design and function based on a pre-defined theme. ”I wanted to design furniture that seem to grow out of the ground – organic chairs without four feet” , explained Panton about the work at the collection. Panton’s initial design consisted on a simple steel frame with a textiles coating to be fixed at. Verpan uses CHMR foam to upholster the new editions, in order to increase comfort and to ensure a fixed and flat coating. Verpan uses different fabric materials such as those by Camira or Kvadrat in the most different colours. Also different leather coatings are possible optionally. Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.
  • Verpan - Panton Rug
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    Verpan - Panton Rug
    The Panton rug by Verpan appears with the typical virtues by the Danish designer Verner Panton: Besides the characteristic, graphically bribing design by Panton, also the material selection mirrors its quality. Most of the people only know Verner Panton as furniture designer. But this is too short, since the Danish also created numerous home textiles (for example for Kvadrat and Bayer), which don’t rank behind his furniture designs. The appearance of his Panton rug comes from the textile “Grande”, which he designed in 1975. The two-colour motive of the Verpan Panton rug plays with organic forms that are created by geometric patterns: The graphic looks natural and logical at the same time, facets rich and still reduced. But not only the motive is noble: The rug consists of 100% high quality sheep wool out of New Zealand and it is hand tufted. Verpan offers the rug by Verner Panton in two colours (dark purple/ light grey and brown/sand).
  • Verpan - Panton Table
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    Verpan - Panton Table
    Verner Panton designed the Panton table in 1970 – initially in order to create a suitable dining table for his Panton chair. While the plastic chair became an icon, the table remained a hardly noted prototype. After more than 40 years, the Danish company decided to re-start the production of the table (after Vitra and Hermann Miller already did) – it simply suits the other Verner Panton products, so that it couldn’t remain a hidden single piece any longer. The table has organic curves that still act very clear in their lining, according to the typical hand writing of the Danish designer. The cone like frame of the Panton table consists of an aluminium foot and one out of steel tube, ensuring stability to the dining table. The table top (Ø 110 cm) consists of white laminated MDF. The Panton table doesn’t only suit the eponymous Panton chair by its formal clearness, but it also suits the 1-2-3 Dining chairs and many other pieces by the design legend Verner Panton. Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.
  • Verpan - New Wave Table Lamp
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    Verpan - New Wave Table Lamp
    The New Wave by Verner Panton already emerged in 1970 in cooperation with the traditional Danish glass manufacturer Holmegaard. The characteristic table lamp produced by Verpan today, bribes by its horizontal lines and a clear silhouette, which still acts modern. Verner Panton always enjoyed to experiment with material’s limits: The production out of opal glass, without breaking the design, was only reachable with huge effort in the 70s. This is how the glass makes up the harmonic form of the Verpan New Wave, which is organic and still clear – typical for Panton products. The organic table lamp grows like a mushroom, foot and shade melt to one piece. The new Wave spreads diffuse light by means of the usage of two illuminants (E14 max. 40W) inside, appearing soft and noble. The cast, anodized metal socket continuously ensures save stand. The lamp is delivered with a white textile cable, suiting the opal glass. Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.
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