Verner Panton 1926-1998. Design year: 1969.
The Flower Power movement was all about peace, love and harmony, driven by a generation who questioned rigid values in favor of personal freedom. Amidst missions to the moon and alternative lifestyles emerged a fascination with the future. Verner Panton captured the spirit of this era with his Flowerpot lamps.
Two semi-circular spheres facing each other became the signature style for a series of lamps that went on to decorate private homes, interiors and exhibitions around the world in a variety of psychedelic colors, patterns and combinations that became emblematic of the Flower Power movement.
Panton was a pioneer in his avant-garde approach to geometric designs, vivid colors and immersive interiors. We’re pleased to keep his legacy alive with lamps that honor his vision of the future – in the present by offering this licensed design manufactured by &Tradition.
Table lamp with switch on cord. Provides wide, downward illumination. The shades are spun into their distinct shape from a single piece of brass or steel.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
- Materials: Two spun brass or steel metal shades. PVC cord.
- Dimensions: 9.1"Ø x 19.7"H
- Socket E26; 40 watt max. Bulb not included.
- 6' clear cord with switch.
- For indoor use only
Dust with soft dry cloth or dampened only with water; dry immediately. Always switch off the electricity supply before cleaning.