Panthella is a white table lamp designed by designer Verner Panton in 1971. The Danish lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen presents the Panthella lighting design from the 1970s until today in original as a table model and floor lamp. As a design classic Panthella Table combines timeless design with modern materials. In the Verner Panton Universe of TAGWERC there are available exclusively design originals as new from the current production and in original packaging.
In addition to its geometric design the Panthella Table lamp by Louis Poulsen offers a one hundred percent non-glare light. Through a semicircular shade the emerging light is directed downward. At the same time the material, opal white plastic, provides for a certain translucency. In this way, the light shining through, the Panthella Table lamp appears classy and alive.
Bedside lamp, light on a sideboard in the hallway, classic accent on a side table in the living room or as shapely eye-catcher in the meeting room and office are – as a design icon the Panthella table lamp by Louis Poulsen constitutes really any ambience in scene. Therefore, the Panthella Table was one of Verner Panton's favorite lamps. Panton loved Panthella for its simplicity and elegance, and placed the Panthella lamp in almost every room of his Copenhagen home.
The Panthella Table has a diameter of 40 centimeters and a height of 58 centimeters. The Panthella corpus consists of the opal white lamp shade made of acrylic injection molding, which rests on a white base made of ABS injection, the so-called tulip base. The successful construction of Panthella Table enables easy maintenance. The energy is supplied by a white cable of 2,10 meters, which is fitted with a plug and an intermediate switch. This allows to turn the Panthella Table at any time convenient on and off. In case of loss or damage to individual parts the Verner Panton Universe by TAGWERC provides all available Panthella spare parts individually.
Author: Bianca KILLMANN