The exhibition Verner Panton – Colouring a New World explores the expressive and unconventional designs created by this master of colour. Spanning five decades of colourful designs, the exhibition presents furniture, lamps and textiles, but also sensuous immersive environments such as Fantasy Landscape; a nearly 50 m2 interior landscape of softly undulating extravagant shapes in bold, intense colours. With installations like this, Panton departed from all conventional ideas of interior design: here floors, walls, ceilings and furniture merge to form a single, organic totality. The installation Light and Colour, which Panton originally created for an exhibition at Trapholt in 1998, takes visitors through eight rooms, each with their own colour scheme. The result is a high-impact, sensuous experience that brings awareness to the physical effect each colour has on your mood and well-being.
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