"Living landscapes" was a major theme in 1960's design. Verner Panton, who was constantly searching for new ideas for the home, made a variety of especially interesting and original contributions to this theme, championing "more comfort, more of an experience, and more color". His Living Tower uses all three dimensions of a room. The organically shaped sculptural piece can be used at four different levels. Panton believed that it is important to seek harmony between people and their surroundings... the living tower fosters communication and interaction. Vitra originally produced this piece in very limited numbers in 1969, and in an amazing display of inspiration, does so once again.
This short sleeve tee is intentionally created with the seams inside-out to give it a more modern unfinished look. The neckline features a single-layer raw edge with raw seams. Coverseam details at shoulder, armholes, side seams, sleeve hem and bottom hem.