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Panton worked in many fields including architecture, interior design and industrial design including furniture, lighting, textiles and houseware.

Educated Technical School, Odense , then Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art
Worked on experimental furniture in the studio of Arne Jacobsen, 1950-52
Emigrated to Switzerland in the mid 1950's where he opened his own design office
Designed numerous exhibitions for various arts organizations
Lighting designs for Louis Poulsen, furniture primarily for Plus-linje and Fritz Hansen and fabrics for Mira-X
Hugely successful Panton chair (a.k.a. "Stacking Chair") designed 1959-1960 but not produced until 1967 by Vitra for Herman

Exhibitions include:
Scandinavian Furniture Exhibition (Cologne) 1960
Alfred Kill (Cologne) 1964
Bayer (Cologne) 1968 and 1970
Musee des Arts Decoratifs (Paris) 1968 and 1970

Awards/Honours include:
American Institute of Designers' International
Design Awards 1963 and 1968
Rosenthal Studio Prize 1967
PH Prize 1967
Eurodomus (Italy) prize 1968
Osterreichisches Bauzentrum medal 1968
lV Wiener International Mobelsalon honorary prize 1969
Bundespreis Gute Form 1972 and 1986
Danish Furniture Prize 1978
Deutsche Auswahl Stuttgart 1981, 1982 and 1984
American Association of Interior Designers Prize 1981

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