Thursday, 11 October 2012
I am sure most of you are familiar with the Verner Panton chair, which is one of those classic 20th-century design pieces. It's a Scandinavian design, what else. Verner Panton (1926-1998) was a Danish architect and designer, who worked for Arne Jacobsen
for a while, but founded his own studio in 1955.
I don't know about you but my budget doesn't allow designer chairs in the children's rooms. I also don't think that children really care whether they are sitting in the real thing or not. I found a reproduction in red for my son to view because it's his favourite colour. He hasn't told me whether he wants one or not. Anyway, there I found the colourful photo to the right. I'm sure this is supposed to be a classroom and I love it!
Why wasn't my classroom so cool when I was in primary school?!!
1: Joshua McHugh for Elle Decor, January 2010 / 2: Casas com design on Flickr / 3: via Lakeland Furniture