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
Although Verner Panton worked with a variety of materials,
some of his most enduring work can be seen in his vibrant textile designs.
Geometri Lilac/Blue is just one of many classic fabric designs from the
imagination of Verner Panton. The Geometri pattern originated in 1960 and was
his first fabric design. Geometri was first displayed at the 1961 Plus-Linje
furniture show in Zurich, Switzerland. In 1963 this outstanding decorator fabric
received the International Design Award in the United States.
Geometri Lilac/Blue has an immediately recognizable design of
lilac and blue circles and squares. The large circles measure in 5 3/8" in
diameter, the medium-sized circles measure 2 5/8" in diameter, and the small
circles are 1 1/8" in diameter. The dimensions of the squares measure 6 5/8" H
by 6 3/4" V for the large, 3 1/8" H by 3 1/4" V for the medium, and 1 1/2" H by
1 5/8" V for the small.
Geometri Lilac/Blue 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 Geometri design.
Abrasion: Over 42,000 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.