Flowerpot VP7 Pendant light
Flowerpot – Sophisticated design
The shape of the newly launched Flowerpot VP7 Pattern goes back to the design by Verner Panton. Three years after its presentation, the Danish manufacturer Louis Poulsen brought out the Flowerpot pendant lamp with a psychedelic wave pattern, each with two different colour shades: yellow, red and blue. In addition to these monochrome colour variations, the Flowerpot pendant lamp was available in black and white colour blocking. Half a century later, the Danish label &tradition picks up the trend with the Flowerpot Pattern and reinterprets it using the most modern production techniques. The Flowerpot Pattern by &tradition: order online and offline at TAGWERC.
Flowerpot – Excellent Design
The design of the Flowerpot VP7 pendant luminaire makes use of geometric shapes and is composed 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 externally invisible metal frame. At the same time, the lower reflector conceals the light source and provides a pleasantly indirect, lead-free light. The inner surfaces of the hemispheres are coated white to obtain the greatest possible light reflection. The well thought-out construction of the Flowerpot luminaire once earned designer Verner Panton the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Flowerpot Pattern – Big Colour Blocking
Colour blocking is a furnishing trend and evergreen in interior design. It can be used to set new accents in your own four walls. The Flowerpot VP7 has a diameter of 37 centimetres, while the Flowerpot VP2 measures 50 centimetres in diameter and the Flowerpot VP1 a whole 16 centimetres. The Flowerpot Pattern can be ordered from TAGWERC in all three sizes. The interior design experts from TAGWERC combine the sizes with each other to achieve a special spatial experience with great design depth and three-dimensionality.
Flowerpot VP2 Pattern – alone or as a group
Because all three sizes of Flowerpot Pattern can be excellently combined with each other. For this purpose, Flowerport Pattern VP1, Flowerpot Pattern VP2 and Flowerpot Pattern VP7 are installed in a group and at different heights, for example in a gallery, reception area, atrium, above the dining table – wherever there is a corresponding ceiling height. In addition, the Flowerpot Pattern pendant luminaire can be combined with single-colour Flowerpot luminaires. A variety of design possibilities are conceivable and realisable.
Flowerpot – classic in design history
Flowerpot lamps, colloquially also known as Flowerpot lamps or Flowerpot lamps, are a series of lamps by 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 VP2 pendant lamp is now more popular than ever. Flowerpot VP2 – undoubtedly a classic of design history, available from TAGWERC as a licensed original.
- Metal lacquered
- Black & White
- Textile cable length
- Textile cable colour
- 27.00 cm
- 37.00 cm
- 2.40 kg
- 300 cm
- Base socket
- Max. Power
- Bulb included
- 1x Max. 100 Watt
- Opal / White
The Flowerpot pendant light was designed by
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.