VP ONION 1
A convex and concave line, paired with periodically widening and narrowing rows give the VP Onion 1 a plasticity and three- dimensionality consciously used by designer Verner Panton. This is additionally supported by the alternately linked colours brown, yellow, beige and red, whereby an expressive red forms the center of the rug VP Onion 1 and thus manifests the core. With this special design and coordinated manufacture VP Onion 1 is certainly not a carpet, but a unique work of art.
The special exclusivity and livability of the VP Onion 1 rug is supported by the high-quality manufacture and processed material, pure new wool. Pure new wool is seen as a renewable and biodegradable raw material, ecologically valuable. Its further positive
characteristics: sturdy, stain-resistant, durable, warm, air purifying, regulates moisture and fire resistant. Especially used for a carpet as the VP Onion 1 rug the interior design benefits instantly by an increase of comfort.
Flowing forms, brought to home textiles, were a big topic in the 1970s and are back to top today. The three-dimensional VP Onion pattern of designer Verner Panton inspires: on the floor as well as an eye- catcher on the wall. Four different colour combinations of the VP Onion carpet by Designercarpets allow the best possible adaptation to the ambience. Whether in the living room, dining room, bedroom or foyer – organic shapes, one of Verner Panton’s most defining design themes, creates an elegant and lively accent in your home.
- Total height
- 200 x 200 cm
- ca. 0.19 cm
- ca. 11.40 kg
- The GoodWeave-Programme (Rugmark) certifies rugs without exploitative child labour.Certified rugs are manufactured by adult and appropriately paid carpet weavers without child labour. Independent inspectors regularly monitor compliance with GoodWeave standards at the factory.
The carpet will be hand knotted for you after your order.
The Onion pattern was designed by
Verner Panton is one of the most inspiring designers of the 20th century. With avant-garde designs using modern materials, the native Dane was far ahead of his time. The architect and designer created houses, furniture, lighting, textiles and everyday objects.