Louis Poulsen releases mini chronicle of 1971 Panthella lamp

July 30, 2016 - table lamp

Danish lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen is producing a new version of a iconic Panthella lamp by Verner Panton that was creatively grown in 1971 (+ slideshow).

Panthella mini by Louis Poulson

Panthella Mini has a hole of 250 millimetres as against to a customary 400-millimetre list lamp, and is accessible with a steel shade as in Panton’s strange design.

Demand for a smaller Panthella indication led Louis Poulsen to adjust a classical range, that is still on sale in white acrylic. The new pattern comes in a operation of splendid colours drawn from Panton’s work.

Panthella mini by Louis Poulson

“The Panthella Mini is a universe first, formed on Verner Panton’s strange drawings,” pronounced Louis Poulsen’s pattern manager Rasmus Markholt.

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“Since a retro-wave of a 1990s rolled over us, unrestrained for Verner Panton’s lamps has risen sharply. His products are in good direct during auction houses all over a world.”

Panthella mini by Louis Poulson

Panton wanted to use steel in his 70s flare operation to capacitate both feet and shade to simulate light, though according to Louis Poulsen, a record was not accessible during a time.

The new lamps underline LEDs that can be practiced to 3 light intensities. Despite being creatively accessible in several colours, Louis Poulsen reduced a Panthella flare operation to usually white.

Panthella mini by Louis Poulson

The Mini array facilities embellished steel shades in yellow, orange, mauve, red, pink, blue and green. Acrylic versions are also accessible in white, black and opal.

The colours are drawn from a final plan Panton worked on before his genocide in 1998, a Light and Colour muster during a Trapholt Museum of Modern Art in Kolding, Denmark.

Panthella mini by Louis Poulson

The designation featured 8 bedrooms in opposite colours presenting Panton’s furniture, fabrics and light fittings.

Panton, who died in 1998, is one of a many successful Danish designers of a 20th century. He became renouned in a 60s for his plastic, fibreglass and fake designs, and is best famous for a S-shaped Panton Chair.

Panthella mini by Louis Poulson

Designed in 1971, a Panthella list and building lamps became Panton’s many renouned lighting styles, experiencing a reconstruction in a 90s.

This year has seen a array of rereleases of classical seat and lighting, including a set of tables by Poul Kjærholm that done a entrance in 1955 and a version of Le Corbusier’s Borne Béton lamp by Italian pattern organisation Nemo. Panthella Mini will be on sale from Sep 2016, rising with an designation during Skandium‘s Marylebone store in London.

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