Spiegel Publishing House by Verner Panton

June 21st, 2011

Verner Panton is an interior design superhero. His work in 1969 with the Spiegel Publishing house in Hamburg is one of his most unique interior works. Panton designed nearly everything inside, color schemes, lamps, textiles, and more. Unfortunately the swimming pool was later destroyed by a fire and the lobby area was completely redesigned in the 1990’s. Some of the space however still remains.

The interior area of what appears to be a lounge, looks reminiscent of of the 1967 Canadian Pulp & Paper Pavillion at the World Fair Exposition in Montreal. You can bet that when I finally get to designing a place to live, these same shapes will appear full force in a room.

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Posted by on 06/21/11 in 1960s, Design, Interior design

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  1. Selena says:

    wow they really went all the way with those ceilings.

  2. Will I AM says:

    Man, I’d get a headache in the dining room. Imagine geting drunk at the bar….

  3. awesome interior design I really liked it

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