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Louis Poulsen, Danish Design Lighting
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PANTHELLA Lamp

Verner Panton, 1971

The Panthella lamp is one of the most famous works of the prolific Danish designer Verner Panton, a pioneer in the use of synthetic materials (see for example his famous Panton chair, developed with Vitra). With the Panthella lamp, Verner Panton was able to exploit the optical qualities of acrylic: the hemispheric shade diffuses a soft light mainly directed downwards, where its convex base acts as a reflector to obtain a non glaring and multi-directional light which illuminates the entire room evenly.

The lamp is now available in many versions, acrylic and metallic, white a nd colored, and everyone will find the one suited to their tastes and uses. 

Louis Poulsen – PANTHELLA Lamp – Verner Panton, 1971
Louis Poulsen – PANTHELLA Lamp – Verner Panton, 1971

Panthella Portable (wireless)

Louis Poulsen – PANTHELLA Lamp – Verner Panton, 1971

Dimensions H23,2 x Ø16 cm (0,5 kg)

Light source LED 2700K 2,5W – 230 lumens – 3 step dim: 10 / 33 / 100 %

Battery lifetime 5h – Batteries: 3 x AA NiMH, rechargeable and replaceable. Please note that the Panthella Portable comes with a USB-cable but without an adapter. 

Materials metal or white opal acrylic + die cast

Panthella Portable (indoor only)

Panthella Portable Metal White

Panthella Portable Metal Black

Panthella Portable Metal Pale Rose

Panthella Portable Metal Orange

Panthella Portable Acrylic White

Panthella Portable V2 (indoor / outdoor)

Panthella Portable V2 Metal White

Panthella Portable V2 Metal Pale Rose

Panthella Portable V2 Metal Coral

Panthella Portable V2 Metal Pale Blue

OFF / ON

Panthella Portable V2 Acrylic Opal Grey

Panthella Portable V2 Acrylic White

Panthella Mini Ø25 cm

Dimensions Ø25 x H33,5 cm – base Ø15,6 cm

Light source Circuit LED 10W 2700K. Progressive ignition and extinction of the light. Light variation without step between 15 and 100%. Timer function for automatic shutdown. 4 hours / 8 hours setting. Light intensity memory function when the luminaire is switched on

Material vacuum formed opal acrylic or spun steel + aluminium base

Cable 2,5 m with switch

Weight 1,2 kg

Panthella Mini Acrylic Opal White

Panthella Mini Metal White

Panthella Mini Acrylic Opal Grey

Panthella Mini Metal Coral

Panthella Mini Metal Pale Blue

OFF / ON

Panthella Mini Metal Orange

Panthella Mini Metal Black

Panthella Mini Chromed

Panthella Mini Brass Metalised

Panthella table lamp Ø32 cm

Dimensions Ø32 x H43.8 cm – base Ø20 cm

Light source 1 x E14

Matériaux Acrylique or deep drawn steel + aluminium.
Cable 2,5 m. Switch on the cable.

Weight 1,5 kg

Panthella Ø32 Chromed

Panthella Ø32 Brass metalised

OFF / ON

Panthella Ø32 Acrylic Opal Grey

Panthella Ø32 Acrylic Opal White

Panthella table lamp Ø40 cm

Light source 1 x E27

Shade Injection moulded white opal acrylic. Base White, injection moulded ABS. 

Cable 2,5 m. Switch on the cable.

Weight 2,5 kg

Panthella Ø40 Acrylic Opal White

Panthella floor lamp

Dimensions Ø50 x H130,5 cm – base Ø34,5 cm

Light source 1 x E27

Shade Injection moulded white opal acrylic. Base White, injection moulded ABS. 

Cable 2,5 m with switch

Weight 5 kg

Panthella Floor Lamp

Verner Panton

Verner Panton (1926-1998) is famous for his inspirational and colorful personality. A unique person with a special sense for color, shape, light function and space.

Over the course of his career, Panton introduced a series of modern lamps with personalities unlike any of his Scandinavian contemporaries.

With remarkable faith in the unlimited possibilities of form, he worked successfully to create a new set of theories about light function and influence.

'The main purpose of my work is to provoke people into using their imagination. Most people spend their lives living in dreary, grey-beige conformity, mortally afraid of using colors. By experimenting with lighting, colors, textiles and furniture and utilizing the latest technologies, I try to show new ways, to encourage people to use their imagination and make their surroundings more exciting'. - Verner Panton

Verner had a very clear attitude regarding his work and regarding shape, color and function. At the same time, he made conscious and brave use of different materials. His use of different materials often led to his contemporaries disparaging the 'timelessness' of his design. The great interest in his design today proves the opposite.