Collection by Zachary Edelson

Verner Panton Designs in Modern Homes


A pioneer of unconventional aesthetics and plastic injection molding, Danish designer Verner Panton is probably best known for his eponymous, curving, colorful chairs. However, Panton is much more than that signature seat: he designed entire psychedelic rooms and interiors in the 1960s and 1970s. His work runs the gamut from small lighting fixtures to body-enveloping furniture.

The office includes the Living Tower designed by Verner Panton for Vitra.
Panton chairs from Vitra adorn the guest bedroom and office.
In the mostly-white kitchen, black Topan pendants by Verner Panton pop.
Clémence and daughter Clara, nine, relax on a purple Pierre Paulin 261 sofa below an installation by artist Alan...
The house’s open spaces are minimally furnished with modern classics like Verner Panton chairs in the dining area.
Sight lines are crucial to offering a sense of space, so Mikael's desk has views outside in both directions.