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Verner Panton Fun Tafellamp

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Verner Panton Fun Tafellamp
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Replica of Verner Panton’s Fun Table Lamp Also available from the Fun range is The Fun Floor Lamp, The Fun Pendant and The Fun Wall Lamp This pretty chrome table lamp was designed by Verner Panton 1964 and, while its mother-of-pearl discs continue the circular references in many of his designs, the Fun lamps have an almost hippy vibe to them, setting them slightly apart from his colourful furniture.       Attractive even when not lit, the lamps – there are matching table and floor versions – produce a gently diffused light. Use them to add a softer, more feminine feel to an otherwise clean-lined contemporary interior.    
  • Width: 28 cm
  • Height: 53 cm
  • Depth: 28 cm
  • Packaging: 29cm x 29cm x 59cm
  • Packaging weight: 5 kg
  • Boxes: 1
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Verner Panton

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1926-1998 (Denmark)

Verner Panton was the first architect to work with form and design using plastic as his main material. When he created the Panton chair, the world’s first single-form, injection-moulded chair, it was considered a revolutionary technique back in the 1960s. Throughout his life Panton created innovative designs that combined materials in unconventional ways and was greatly influenced by the impact of colour on his work . Verner Panton represents design without borders. Verner Panton’s vision: to create design using unconventional techniques.

"Choosing colours should not be a gamble. It should be a conscious decision. Colours have a meaning and a function."

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