...Whereas Vitra's airport portfolio has until now featured a combination of designs from the company's wider programmes, including, for example, the Eames plastic chairs or designs by Maarten van Severen, and specially developed projects such as Airline by Sir Norman Foster or the Meda Gate family by Alberto Meda, in Cologne Vitra are presenting with Verner Panton's Cloverleaf Sofa from Verpan a new string to their bow, namely a co-operation with another manufacturer... And for us Vitra's cooperation with Verpan makes perfect sense...
Source Verpan lighting directly in smow stores
The name of the Danish lighting and furniture manufacturer Verpan leaves little to interpretation: it is a constriction of the name of Danish designer Verner Panton, and it was with his designs that Verpan have traded since 2003 in selected re-editions. Starting with lamps such as, for example, the Moon hanging light or the Wire light, the company has expanded and now numerous Verner Panton furniture designs form an integral part of the Verpan program. The fact that the new editions are also realised in the spirit of Verner Panton is due to the close cooperation between the Danish producer and the Verner Panton's window and estate. In our smow stores you will find lamps, furniture and accessories from Verpan!
Discover Verpan at the following smow stores
We would be happy to advise you on your project with furniture and lamps from Verpan. Whether it's a home, office or public area, simply discuss your ideas with our planning department and let them support you - from planning to implementation.
Depending on the nature of your project you will be accompanied on your journey by one of our architects or interior designers in a local smow store or, if you do not live near our stores, via our online planning department. The smow project planning department can be reached by email at email@example.com.
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