With his visionary, colorful home furnishings, Danish designer Verner Panton sought ways to fashin a stylistically uniform, imaginative interior. His plastic Panton chair, a one-piece cantilevered design made in candy-apple colors, has been in production continuously since 1968, and its sinuous shape is recognizable to millions who have never heard the designer's name. By the early sixties, he had already helped establish a color spectrum that dominated home design until the mid seventies. This first comprehensive monogram on Panton's work also includes his "Phantasy Landscape," a foam rubber room of womb-like organic shapes designed for the Visiona II exhibition at the 1970 Cologne furniture fair. A must-have for lovers of late-twentieth century furniture and "interior landscape." Dimension: 9 x 12 inches, over 500 color reproductions, CD-ROM included.