A classic cube is re-cut and re-released at Cult
A re-release of a classic by Verner Panton gives his clever cubes greater versatility. In 1971, Danish designer Verner Panton created a functional – and humble – shelving system made from steel wire. The ‘Panton Wire’ was versatile and stylish: you could start small and add to it over time, re-purposing the wire cubes in different ways as your needs changed. It became an instant classic: refined, yet industrial, it has been adapted to all sorts of uses, from side tables to shelving. Now, Danish storage company Montana has taken over production and released new updates to Panton’s design – different top panels, more cube depth, as well as new shades and materials for increased flexibility, including limited-edition gold. One of the world’s most enduring designs is now available at Cult Design. Panton, no doubt, would be delighted.
Top The ‘Panton Wire’ system was designed to be used individually and in combination.
Above The new release includes a limited-edition gold cube.