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Maharam Unisol Pillow

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In the mid 1950s, Verner Panton established his own design studio and began designing whole interior spaces, from textiles to lighting, incorporating his distinctive graphic aesthetic. Unisol is a striking pattern created by rows of black ellipses on a white ground. The ellipses are compressed in width at rhythmic intervals, creating an optical effect. The designer and manufacturer have work represented in the MoMA collection. Made in the USA. Dry-clean only. 17h x 17w x 5"d.
  • Designer
    Verner Panton
  • Size
    17h x 17w x 5"d
  • Materials
    Cotton,Polyester,Rayon. Cotton Insert with Down and Feather Fill
  • Year of Design
    1965
  • Origin
    USA
  • Shape
    Square
Maharam Unisol Pillow

  • Verner Panton

    Known for his futuristic designs in a variety of materials, particularly plastic, Verner Panton (1926–1998) is considered one of Denmark's most influential designers of the last century. Although his designs for the home and office have a distinct 1960s style, they have attained a timeless appeal. His work in MoMA's collection includes the Stacking Side Chair (1959–1960), a gravity-defying design made from fiber-reinforced plastic. His furniture and lighting designs have appeared in exhibitions at the Museum, including Architecture and Design: Inaugural Installation (2004–2005).

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