Verner Panton Rugs: Mira-Carré – 1970s, Set of Six

CHF 15,000.00

1 in stock



A collection of six square rugs designed by Verner Panton in the early 1970s and produced by Tisca (Mira-X), Switzerland during this same period.

These exceptionally rare rugs are still in very good condition, with no repairs or damages. The colours of the square and circle patterns are bright and typical of the designers’ work.

The rugs were meant to be purchased in a set so that a colourful ensemble could be created. Note that only one of the rugs has maintained its label after 50 years of age.



About the designer:

Verner Panton, a Danish designer from 1926 to 1998, was way ahead of his time.

Renowned for his avant-garde approach, Panton’s work embraced futuristic forms, vibrant colors, and innovative material use. Notably, he created the iconic Panton Chair, the first single-form, injection-molded plastic chair.

His boundary-pushing designs extended to lighting, textiles, and interiors, influencing generations of designers. Panton’s legacy lies in his commitment to unconventional creativity, leaving an permanent mark on modern design and solidifying his status as a visionary in the world of architecture and aesthetics.


Materials: synthetic fibres

Condition: Very good, some signs of age.

Origination: Switzerland,  1970s. Labelled on the back by Tisca, Switzerland on one of the rugs.



Approximate Dimensions:

Height: 90 cm

Width: 90 cm

Depth: 2 cm

Additional information

Weight 200 kg

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