At the SPIRAL SP01 gold, the framework consists of four metal rings that grow larger downwards. Golden-painted plastic spirals stylize the shape of a sphere and form an exclusive cluster, which reflects the light coming from inside and outside. With a diameter of 45 centimeters and a height of 60 centimeters, the SPIRAL SP01 gold is equipped with a four meter long, fabric-covered textile cable. This type of construction allows the SPIRAL SP01 to be hung up in a flexible way.
The SPIRAL SP01 gold is used wherever a statement should be made. Where the ambience requires an exclamation point. The pendant SPIRAL SP01 gold sets a noble accent, without being obtrusive. The spirals, once made of Cellidor, now take advantage of the benefits of plastic material. Painted golden, they reflect their surrounding. In this way, the SPIRAL SP01 pendant fits into almost any environment. Dining room, living room, hall, but also for two or three over a counter in the kitchen or a bar, the pendant lamp SPIRAL SP01 in gold can be placed in any room. As a bedside lamp in the bedroom, placed to the right and left of the bed, the SPIRAL SP01 in silver unfolds its glamorous effect at its best.
Some say, the SPIRAL lamps are a further development of the FUN lighting family. In fact, Verner Panton developed the SPIRAL pendant lights almost six years after the FUN lamps and used the same proven construction of FUN pendant luminaires for SPIRAL pendant lamps. Nevertheless, the effect of the SPIRAL SP01 suspension in gold can not be compared to any other suspension lamp. Undoubtedly the SPIRAL SP01 pendant light in gold is a jewel that outshines other lamps.
- Plastic, spirals made of acrylic
- Gold chromed metal
- Textile cable length
- Textile cable colour
- 60 cm
- 45 cm
- 400 cm
- Base socket
- Max. Power
- Bulb included
- 1x MAX. 60 WATT
The Spiral SP01 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.