by Verner Panton, 1968

Flowerpot VP1 pendant lamp – News from the favourite lamp of the designer Verner Panton. Matching the current colour trend, manufacturer &tradition redefines the colour palette for the award-winning Flowerpot VP1 pendant lamp in 2023. Instead of the muted tones of 2016, the Danish lighting and furniture manufacturer is now using more expressive colours again for the Verner Panton Flowerpot and Topan lamp series, in reference to the brightly coloured tones of yesteryear. TAGWERC as the official &tradition partner offers the Flowerpot lamp series in all available designs and colours.

Manufacturer The Flowerpot and Topan lights by &Tradition. Design by Verner Panton
Material Metal | Coloured lacquered
Bulb 1x E27 MAX. 40 WATT
Shipping 2 weeks
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Flowerpot VP1 Pendant light

Excellent design – sophisticated construction

The new Flowerpot VP1 colours reflect the interior design trend and set new accents in your own four walls. The luminaire body of the Flowerpot VP1 pendant luminaire is made up of two aluminium hemispheres. The upper, larger hemisphere holds the light source, while the lower hemisphere, just half the size, faces the upper one and is held in position by an outwardly invisible metal frame. The small hemisphere conceals the light source and provides a pleasantly indirect, lead-free light. The inner surfaces of the hemispheres are coated white and serve as light reflectors. The well thought-out construction of the Flowerpot VP1 once earned designer Verner Panton the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany.

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Flowerpot – more than just a lamp

The Flowerpot VP1 is available at design interior specialist TAGWERC in all available colours and versions. Besides the colourful lacquered pendant lamps and 3 metal alloys, the Flowerpot VP1 is available at Tagwerc in an L version, the Flowerpot VP7, and an XL version of the Flowerpot VP2 (formerly Big Flowerpot), as well as 3 table lamps, Flowerpot VP3, Flowerpot VP4 and the battery LED version Flowerpot VP9.

A multitude of variation possibilities

Thus, the Flowerpot lighting family offers a multitude of variation possibilities. In this way, pendant luminaires and table luminaires can be colour-coordinated with the ambience in one and the same room. In business premises such as a law firm, a practice or an office building, Flowerpot luminaires can be coordinated with the corporate design. This unconventional marketing has a breathtaking effect, can be implemented quickly, easily and relatively inexpensively and ensures a lasting effect on customers, clients, patients and business partners. The colour of the Flowerpot VP1 pendant luminaire can be matched to the colour scheme of its surroundings. Deliberate design accents are created when the shade of the Flowerpot VP1 luminaire picks up on the colouring of an object in the room, for example a painting, carpet, tiles, etc.

Classics of design history

Flowerpot luminaires, colloquially also Flowerpot lamps, are a luminaire series of the Danish furnishing label &Tradition, produced under licence according to a design by the architect Verner Panton from 1968. Almost half a century after the first design, the Flowerpot VP1 pendant luminaire is more popular today than ever. Flowerpot VP1 – undoubtedly a classic of design history, available from TAGWERC as a licensed original.

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  • Material
  • Colour
  • Canopy
  • Metal lacquered
  • Tangy Pink
  • Plastic


  • Height
  • Diameter
  • Weight
  • Textile cable length
  • Textile cable colour
  • 16.00 cm
  • 23.00 cm
  • 1.15 kg
  • 300 cm
  • Tangy Pink


  • Base socket
  • Max. Power
  • Finish
  • Bulb included
  • E27
  • 1x MAX. 40 WATT
  • Opal / White
  • No

The Flowerpot VP1 pendant light was designed by
Verner Panton

Verner Panton X Pantop
Designer Verner Panton
Verner Panton
Original Verliebt. Design objects by Verner Panton in the TAGWERC Design STORE.

Verner Panton is one of the most inspiring designers of the 20th century. With avant-garde designs using modern materials, the native Dane was far ahead of his time. The architect and designer created houses, furniture, lighting, textiles and everyday objects.

Pendant lights Flowerpot VP1

Pendant lights Flowerpot VP7

Pendant lights Flowerpot VP2

Table lamp Flowerpot VP3

Table lamp Flowerpot VP4

Table lamp Flowerpot VP9

Weight 0,95 kg