Lighting

Pantop

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Pantop Lighting and Lamps from VerPan, Design 1980 by Verner Panton

Year: 1980

Three dimensions and four colour variations (chromium-plated or gilt, white or red varnished), table or pendulum light – Pantop presents itself as a light for every situation. Her filigree screen reminds of a bell. The light flows like a sound from her and illuminates the space.

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Panto

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Panto Lamp, Verner PANTON 1977

Year: 1977

The world is a ball. As a shed version of the vp globe Verner Panton created the PANTO a good seven years later. With it she also embodies his unique Space Age style. The reflectors, accommodated in the core of the acrylic ball, were decimated and except of the inside of the small reflector all varnished white.

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Ring Lamp

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Ring Lamp Wall lamp and Ceiling Light from vitra, Design by Verner Panton.

Year: 1969/70

To the Cologne furniture fair in 1970 Verner Panton sketched the RING LAMP. How the name already allows to suppose, the wall and covers light exists of rings becoming smaller inwards. Besides, the light source, integrated in the centre, forms the most internal circle.

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Spy

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Spion / Spy Ceiling lamp or Wall lamp from VerPan, Design 1971 by Verner Panton.

Year: 1971

SPY, called Verner Panton his beginning of the 70s brought up light. Like a concealedly operating person, the spy’s light hides her true face first. Planned for the wall montage, her base exists of a round metal plate on which a lamp fixture was placed concentric.

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Spiral

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Spiral Pandant Light from VerPan, Design 1970 by Verner Panton.

Year: 1970

A sculpture formed up from long-pulled spirals – the Spiral has more the effect of a perfect object, than beeing a bare light. Six years after the Fun, Verner Panton created the Spiral lights in support or advancement to her predecessor.

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Topan

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Topan pendant lamp, pendant light by &tradition, Design 1960 by Verner Panton.

Year: 1959

The first light of Verner Panton which was produced in a row was the Topan in 1959. The down open, spherical lampshade was made from polished or colorfully varnished aluminium metal (polished or brushed aluminium and in blue, turquoise, orange and red varnished) by Louis Poulsen.

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Ufo

Author: Bianca KILLMANN

Ufo Pendant Light from Verpan, Design 1975 by Verner Panton.

Year: 1975

As an extravagant luminous body the UFO-light floats in the air. Ring-shaped plastic tubes, hung in metal chains, form the three-dimensional body of the spaceships. Five different lamps of this kind created Verner Panton in 1975.

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