Verner Panton


Verner Panton (1926-1998) broke away from the by-then traditional aspects of Danish Modernism to create his own unique design aesthetic. Space-age, ultra-modern, plastic and colorful, Panton's furniture, lighting, textiles and commercial projects exploded the boundaries of modern design. After stuying architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, he spent 2 years in the offices of Arne Jacobsen, then left on a prolonged tour of Europe in a Volkswagon camper.

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