The organically shaped Living Tower furniture sculpture by Verner Panton can be used on four different levels. Over two metres high, the appealingly upholstered seating tower has a stable frame made of birch plywood. The cleverly arranged interior niches can be used in sitting and reclined positions, encouraging communication and relaxation.
The 'domestic landscape' was a major theme in Sixties Design. Verner Panton's Living Tower was created within this context. With its organic forms, this furniture sculpture can be used on four different levels. Over two metres high, the appealingly upholstered seating tower has a stable understructure made of birch plywood. Users are impressed by its comfort, and the clever arrangement of the interior niches encourages communication.
Verner Panton was an influential figure in the development of design during the 1960s and ’70s. After moving to Switzerland in the early 1960s, the Danish designer became known for his inventive, novel ideas for furnishings, lighting and textiles. The masterful use of colour was a hallmark of his work.