Panthella 320 Table Lamp
White, chrome and brass are the colours in which the metal lampshade of the Panthella 320 is lacquered. The inside of the lampshade is kept white, which ideally reflects the light source and allows the light cone to exit downwards. The Panthella 320 is also available in a version with a lampshade made of opal white acrylic. As with the Panthella floor lamp and the Panthella table lamp, the lamp illuminates the translucent lampshade at the same time.
Accent or assimilation – you decide whether the Panthella 320 table lamp should adapt to your ambience or attract attention. Bedside lamp, lamp on a sideboard in the hallway or children’s room, a classic accent on a side table in the living room or as an elegant eye-catcher in the meeting room and office – Panthella is loved for its simplicity and elegance and can be placed in almost every room.
On the occasion of Verner Panton‘s birthday, designer of the lamp, which will be ninetieth in 2016, Louis Poulsen has already relaunching the Panthella Mini table lamp. Well, in 2021, the Panthella 320 followed with the eponymous diameter of 320 millimeters and a height of 438 millimeters.
The construction of the Panthella 320 table lamp enables easy maintenance. The energy is supplied via a 2.5 meter long cable, which is provided with a plug and an intermediate switch. With Panthella 320 in white, opal white and brass-coloured the cable is white, with Panthella 320 in chrome the cable is supplied in black. This means that the Panthella 320 table lamp can be easily switched on and off and used anywhere.
In the event of loss or damage to individual parts, the TAGWERC Design STORE offers all available original Panthella spare parts individually. In the TAGWERC Design STORE you will purchase design originals from the current production as brandnew goods in their original packaging.
- Lamp base
- Cable length
- Cable colour
- Cord switch
- 43.80 cm
- 32.00 cm
- 250 cm
- Base socket
- Max. Power
- Bulb included
- 1x Max. 7.5 Watt
- Opal / White
The Panthella Table Lamp 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.