News from Montana – Panton Wire Extended
Verner Panton was all about breaking boundaries. He designed in new materials, created new shapes and challenged the entire colour universe. Panton thought and created with the imaginary vision of a child. He graduated from Copenhagen’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in 1951 and started working in Arne Jacobsen’s studio. In 1955, he set up his own design studio.
The Panton Wire system was originally designed by Verner Panton in 1971. Montana Furniture is now adding three new elements to this versatile shelving system – the rectangular module, the suspended wire shelf and the inlay shelf. The rectangular module was originally designed by Verner Panton, but was not manufactured until now.
The new extension to the collection allows you do create countless designs. The Panton Wire is not only beautiful as stand-alone, but also in combination, standing on a floor or mounted on a wall. Build a light bookcase, use a single shelf on the wall next to your bed, or combine the new rectangular modules with the original cubes to create a personal coffee table or flashy room divider. See more here.