Verner Panton

The Designer Verner Panton

From 1944 to 1947 Verner Panton was visiting the technical school Odense in Denmark. Between 1947 and 1951 he was studying architecture on the Royal Academy of fine Arts in Copenhagen and began to be engaged in color psychology.

Verner Panton was one of the first who has introduced the Pop-Art into the world of furniture. He is considered as one of the most important furniture designer and interior architects of the 20th century. His passion for materials, colors and shapes is reflected in our hand knotted works. These timeless masterpieces made of selected raw materials do not only form a symbiotic relationship with the design classics of the past and the present. But they also are in perfect harmony with every other style.

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Materials

The rugs from the Verner Panton collection are hand-knotted from 100% wool. Some models are also available in silk. 

Wool is characterized by its natural durability. It is naturally hard-wearing and easy to care for. The rugs in the collection are suitable for both private and public areas.

Fair-Trade

Designercarpets is a member of the fair-trade label Step.In addition to promoting social standards, we are also committed to the further development of sustainable production. All rugs in the Verner Panton collection are Step-Label certified.

Geometri / 1960

Astoria / 1960

Rays / 1989