Verpan presents a side table which cares for clear edges: The design object by Verner Panton renounces design experiments and consciously shows and emphasizes its edges.
The low lounge table was initially part of the 1962 by Panton designed, modular furniture system Studioline. This one included different sizes, foldable box furniture – which was equipped with cushions, usable as seat and lying elements and without cushions serving as storage boxes.
The edged shape of the low lounge table is unusual for the otherwise organic, sculptural shaping of Verner Panton, but regarding the modularity and multifunctionality of the whole furniture series – this design especially mirrors functional aspects. The table doesn’t convince for nothing with its flexibility, given by its wheels.
Verpan produces the corpus of the low lounge table out of powder coated MDF. The wheels consist of chrome plated metal. The wheels are also responsible for a small accent of colour and form in the square corpus. The lounge table by Verpan is absolutely timeless because of the clear, geometric design. The low lounge table is usable as mobile side table, couch table or as seating furniture, inserted in the most different furnishing styles.
Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.