Verpan is a manufacturer of furniture
and interior lamps
dedicated to the works of Verner Panton
, Danish design icon and one of the greatest innovators in the art design sector of the 20th century. The brand's design offers movement, color and light to living spaces, offices and public places. In addition, it takes up the canons of modern Scandinavian-style furniture, which takes the form of products with minimalist, functional design and outside the classic canons of design. In 2003 the company started up a division dedicated to the development of lighting systems
, which was followed in 2010 by the start-up of the furniture
and wall covering
Verpan seating, furniture and furnishings: Nordic style, minimalist design
Verpan collections include a variety of interior and exterior furnishing solutions, including sofas
and accessories, which are perfectly suited to different types of environments, both indoor and outdoor. Verpan sofas and seats
are distinguished by the particularity of the designs, designed in compliance with the North European paradigm that aims to innovate the sector through attractive, unique products, designed to make the most of space and enhance the living environment. Cloverleaf
, designed by Verner Panton, is a modular, sectional sofa upholstered in fabric for indoor use. Its outdoor version
is a modular polyethylene garden sofa, available in different colors. Among the seats, designed to customize domestic environments, offices, commercial activities and public facilities, the Flying
fabric suspended armchairs stand out, designed and manufactured by Panton in 1969 and still extremely current today. Verpan proposals also include System 123
, an ergonomic lounge chair, fully upholstered on an aluminum base, also available in Deluxe
leather and standard swivel version
. The style of internationally renowned designer Verner Panton, characterized by a wide use of plastic material and chrome lights, is found in the Welle collection
, which offers upholstered, modular armchairs and different shapes. Welle is a collection of seats, designed in 1970, with foam polyurethane padding and fabric coating, available in different colors.
Particular attention is paid to the production of home design solutions, with the aim of proposing furnishing elements that improve the management of the home space, both for the living area and for the night area. Verpan signed plaid
and other accessories
for the home, always consistent with a stylistic model oriented to efficiency and aesthetic formalism. The division dedicated to wall coverings and decoration
produces tiles and finishes, using modular solutions suitable for any type of surface and with a high level of adaptability.
Verpan solutions for lighting homes and offices
The Verpan proposal for the lighting
of homes, offices and contract spaces is rich and comprehensive. The lighting systems of the Danish company are characterized by essential elements and unmistakable design, out of the classical schemes and voted for continuous formal and functional innovation. Suspension
and table lamps
, available in different shapes and materials, are Verpan’s solution to give character to every space, giving elegance and personality thanks to a unique and always up-to-date design. The Wire collection
features a floor or table lamp made of steel, designed by Verner Panton in 1972. The structure has a minimal design thanks to a steel wire supporting the semi-spherical plastic lampshade. Hive
is an aluminum suspension lamp, in which Panton has played with geometric shapes, figures and systems inspired by organic shapes found in nature. The layered design of the lamp, made with several concentric shades of different sizes, offers a very characteristic and sculptural quality, guaranteeing a generous downlight, accompanied by a soft and diffused side light.
Verner Panton: The genius behind the Verpan brandVerner Panton
was a visionary character and one of the greatest innovators in the art design industry of his century. Born in Copenhagen in 1926, the designer established himself thanks to a sui generis style that makes extensive use of plastic material and bright colors. Bold and experimenter, the artist distances himself from the aesthetics of northern European design, renouncing the minimalism that distinguishes the typical furniture of those places; Verner prefers a markedly unconventional taste to it, coming to propose a real aesthetic revolution in the field of furniture applied in every area, from accessories through seating to upholstery, the most demanding challenge faced by the Danish designer. Between the 1960s and 1970s, Verner Panton’s name established itself on a global level, recognized as synonymous with extreme, foresight, inventiveness and courage; nevertheless, Verner Panton also became an exponent of pop culture, demonstrating unusual abilities to channel the suggestions of mainstream culture into a new stylistic expression; industrialism for commercial purposes and artistic installation, absorbing and reinventing social tensions and stimuli from the outside world in a module devoid of imitations and similarities.