Verner Panton was a grand protector of the philosophy that good furniture had to be versatile. This thought is also hidden in his Modular Table.
The side table "Modular" by Verpan is part of an originally series of tables and chairs that have been designed by Verner Panton in 1959/1960 for the Danish company Plus-linje. Verner Panton caused furores for the first time with the geometric and wire-netting made furniture. Numerous further designs followed and helped Verner Panton to reach today's status of being a design legend.
The Modular table is – typical for the Scandinavian design style – simple and clear. This is how the side table is intoriced in the most different furnishing styles without any problems, acting timeless at the same time. A deciding special point however, is his name-giving modularity, since the table can be connected with further tables and stools of the series – by means of an optional available frame. This is how the Modular series is especially interesting for the object area, since the principle of connecting frames makes it possible to create individual and endless group assortments.
Verpan produces the Modular table out of a polished and chromed whole metal frame (Ø 1.6 cm). The table top consists of a plastic coated MDF sheet and it is available in three colours. Thanks to the adjustable nylon feet, the table can be adjusted to the base-unevenness.
Each Verpan product is delivered with an authenticity certificate. This one grants the originality of the product, which is still manufactured according to the strict quality demands of Verner Panton at Verpan.