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Optik: Lilac/Violet by Verner Panton

Product ID: mah00046
Optik: Lilac/Violet by Verner Panton

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Width: 54 inches
Content: 76% Cotton, 24% Polyester
Background: Lilac/Violet
Repeat: 4 3/8 H, 4 1/4 V
Price: $112.00
Transit Time: Please allow 2-5 Business days to leave warehouse

Verner Panton (1926-1998) was renowned for the flair and élan of his furniture, lighting and fabric designs. His work in a variety of media demonstrated an aesthetic defined by curves and audacious colors. His resistance to convention can be seen in such innovative designs as the Flying Chair and the S Chair.

Although Verner Panton worked with a variety of materials, some of his most enduring work can be seen in his vibrant textile designs. Optik Sun Yellow/Orange is just one of many classic fabric designs from the imagination of Verner Panton. The geometrically designed Optik pattern originated in 1969 and creates a visual effect reminiscent of the Optical Art movement.

Optik Lilac/Violet has an optically challenging design of horizontal stripes in lilac and violet with the colors alternating and broken up to form circles. The composite circles measure 3 7/8" in diameter. Each stripe is 3/8" thick. The Optik fabrics are based on the original design from 1969.

Optik Lilac/Violet has so many possibilities. Draperies, wall hangings, seat cushions, pillows, lampshades, slipcovers and table covers are just a few of the items that can be made to show off the shapes and colors of Verner Panton's perpetually modern Optik design.

  • Finish: Teflon

  • Durability: Over 30,000 double rubs

  • Lightfastness: Over 40 hours

  • Meets all appropriate flammability requirements, including California Bulletin #117, and is compatible with California Bulletin #133.

This product is made by Maharam.