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The 'domestic landscape' was a major theme in Sixties Design. Verner Panton's Living Tower was created within this context. With its organic forms, this furniture sculpture can be used on four different levels. Over two metres high, the appealingly upholstered seating tower has a stable understructure made of birch plywood. Users are impressed by its comfort, and the clever arrangement of the interior niches encourages communication.
|Materials||Supporting structure: birch plywood. Upholstery: polyurethane foam|