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  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp
  • Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp

Flowerpot VP3 Pendant Lamp

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£265.00

  • Description

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas - and good meals

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions:
    Ø 23 x H 50cm

    Materials:
    Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord

    Colours:
    Dark Green
    Mustard
    Beige red
    Red Brown
    Light Blue
    Grey Beige
    White
    Matt White
    Matt Black
    Matt Light Grey
    Polished Brass
    Polished Stainless Steel

  • Designer
    Verner Panton

    Best remembered for his psychedelic colours and designs from the 1960s, Verner Panton (1926-1998) had a design career spanning 50 years. It started with an assistant position for Arne Jacobsen 1950-53 where Panton was responsible for the first colour scheme for the Ant chair. After opening his own design studio in 1955, Panton created everything from early inflatable furniture, carpets and lamps to the radical Cone wire chair. In the early 1960s Panton moved to Basel and when the rest of the world caught up with his vision of vivid colours, new materials and soft wall surfaces he rose to great fame. His most well known chair, simply called The Panton Chair, was designed in 1960 and went into production in 1967. It is now reissued by Vitra in a new, low cost plastic. His Panthella floor and desk lamp is still in production as well as the popular Flowerpot pendant. Panton worked intensely up until his death in 1998.

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    •  Beige Red
    •  Dark Green
    •  Grey Beige
    • Light Blue
    • Matt black
    •  Matt Light Grey
    • Matt white
    • Mustard
    • Polished brass
    • Polished Stainless Steel
    •  Red Brown
    • White

  • Delivery

    6-8 weeks
    Made to order item

£265.00
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