Available in a series of distinctive colour ways and produced to world-leading environmental standards, the Panton Wire Unit can be fitted to a wall or displayed freestanding. The highly sculptural aesthetic is a real tone-setter and will help to define the visual identity of any space.
Verner Panton is amongst the most celebrated designers of the Modernist era, with his work featuring in the permanent collections of galleries across the world. The Wire series stems from 1971 and the principle of the system is modular, allowing for adaptation and constant reinvention, as and when one’s circumstances change or living space develops.
Verner Panton is one of the iconic designers of the last century. Panton rose to fame designing the ‘Panton Chair’ for Vitra. Panton’s designs continue to be hugely popular and are still a big influence today on designers and architects.
Verner Panton was a student of Architecture at the Royal Art Academy in Copenhagen. Amongst Panton’s major achievements in the design and architecture world, is the design of the interior for the Spiegel publishing house in Hamburg.