Topan pendant


design Verner Panton, 1960

Verner Panton designed the Topan pendant for the Astoria, a hotel restaurant in Trondheim, Norway, where he also deals with wall textiles and furniture. The Topan was used to subdivise the general area of the hotel into a multitude of more intimate spaces, focusing on the pendants. Designed before the FlowerPot, the Topan became the first  mass-produced lamp by Verner Panton.
Colours white, deep red, dark green, black blue and beige grey
Dimensions Ø21 x H19cm
Materials Shade aluminum, coated wire fabric.
E27 Max 40 Watt, 7 W low energy (bulb non-included)
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