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SOLD Wool Rug attr. to Verner Panton by Danimarca

Italy 1970s


A unique Space Age wool rug in 7 different colour shades attributed to Verner Panton. This one of a kind carpet has a round shape and a typical Space Age pattern. Seven different colours are laid out in a wave pattern. The colour palette ranges from light brown to beige, yellow and dark brown. The cotton rug has longer fringes, which give the carpet a very soft and fluffy appearance.

Verner Panton was an influential Danish furniture and interior designer. Born in 1926 on the island of Funen in Denmark, Panton studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. After graduating in 1951, he served as an apprentice to pioneering Functionalist designer Arne Jacobsen, assisting him in the execution of the iconic Ant Chair. Although influenced by Jacobsen’s organic style, Panton initially established himself as an avant-garde designer, creating furniture based on elaborate geometric shapes, using strong colours.


Attributed to: Verner Panton

Materials and Techniques: wool

Place of Origin: Italy

Date of Manufacture: 1970s

Period: 1970-1979

Diameter: 221 cm

Condition: Good, consistent with age and use. Some signs of wear.

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