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Moon pendant lamp

By Verpan

£545.00

  • Description

    The lamp consists of a large numbers of ring-shaped, discs which are suspended around the centrally located bulb. The fan-shaped discs hide the bulb and at the same time serve as reflectors, through which a soft light is spread throughout the room. The Moon pendant is one of Verner Panton's earliest luminaires. It consists of ten ring-shaped blades positioned in such a way that they can move. The Moon pendant justifiably gets its name from its shape and the quality of light coming from it.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions:
    Ø 34 or Ø 44cm

    Materials:
    Spherical lamp of metal with vertical lamellae, arranged like a fan, for individual regulation of the light. Metal/white surface

    Bulb: 220V E27/E26 max. 75 Watt.
    To obtain the most beautiful light Please use a clear bulb

    Fitting: White fabric wire measuring 4 meters

  • 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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  • Delivery

    4-5 weeks
    Made to order item

£545.00
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