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Verner Panton: Die Speigel Canteen
ASIN번호 3775733213
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상품설명
In 1969 the SPIEGEL publishers moved into a new space in Hamburg, and the company had it decorated to its specifications. The Danish designer Verner Panton (1926-1998) redesigned the building, assigning a bright color to each floor. His three-dimensional installation and its psychedelic effects were precisely in step with the times. Unfortunately, later generations of journalists felt differently about it, and so Pantons interiors were gradually removed, bit by bit. Only the cafeteria remained in all its original splendor; a citizens group succeeded in having it placed under the protection of the historical preservation registry, and as of 2012, it can now be seen at the Hamburg Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe. There, however, only the orange-colored dining hall has been reconstructed; the red one and the violet one are now in the depository, along with the snack bar. This publication documents the cheerfully colorful ensemble of furniture, lamps, curtains, wallpaper, and ceilinga unique and total work of art. Read more








상품설명
In 1969 the SPIEGEL publishers moved into a new space in Hamburg, and the company had it decorated to its specifications. The Danish designer Verner Panton (1926-1998) redesigned the building, assigning a bright color to each floor. His three-dimensional installation and its psychedelic effects were precisely in step with the times. Unfortunately, later generations of journalists felt differently about it, and so Pantons interiors were gradually removed, bit by bit. Only the cafeteria remained in all its original splendor; a citizens group succeeded in having it placed under the protection of the historical preservation registry, and as of 2012, it can now be seen at the Hamburg Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe. There, however, only the orange-colored dining hall has been reconstructed; the red one and the violet one are now in the depository, along with the snack bar. This publication documents the cheerfully colorful ensemble of furniture, lamps, curtains, wallpaper, and ceilinga unique and total work of art. Read more




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