Many people have always tried to make a name for themselves in the art world, but only a few have succeeded. Whether in the world of painting, sculpture or design, the number of artists who stand out from the crowd can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Designer Verner Panton is one of those elites.
With a little bit of audacity
In the 1950s, designer Verner Panton mastered his art to perfection. With the competition being tough, this native of Denmark knew how to take advantage of all the advantages at his disposal to distinguish himself. Whether it is by an overflowing creativity, or by the insane desire to differentiate himself from the others, this artist marked the spirits through his various creations. By breaking down preconceived notions of design, he has become the pioneer of avant-garde philosophy in this field.
Verner Panton built his reputation with daring and unique furniture. Inspired by geometric shapes, he created a chair that can balance itself without arms or legs. The public and other designers are convinced that Panton has given them an opening to the future.
By expressing his strong personality
The uniqueness of designer Verner Panton is also found in the choice of colors for his creations. Compared to his peers, this artist has made a hundred- and eighty-degree turn. If usually designers opt for a sober color for interior design, Panton gives a different brush stroke. Indeed, for the armchairs, chairs and others, it puts forward the shouting colors. Thus, he proposes the joy of living and an atmosphere of cheerfulness for the customers who call upon his service.
A new perspective
In order to influence the design of the 20th century, the designer Verner Panton relied on a new approach. Instead of being satisfied with the traditional doctrine of decoration, he proposed to the world his own conception of design. He invited his audience to share his vision. Therein lies the strength and charm of this genius. With the success of this first achievement, he proceeded to create unconventional furniture and decorative accessories, borderline, worthy of science fiction films. Note that the artist did not hesitate to use geometry as the cornerstone of his masterpieces.