Red chandelier consisting of ten Flower Pot pendant lights designed by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen in 1968. The Flower Pot lights are mounted in different lengths on a red, square perforated plate. This combination was produced in 1971/72 for the Salon Rouge, the canteen designed by Verner Panton for the Emalco Gorgemont company in Corgémont, Switzerland. The shades consisting of two red hemispheres made of enamelled, screen-printed metal are white on the inside and provide impressive lighting. The psychedelic design language of the late 60s is fully expressed in this design classic.
Height: 120.0 cm | 47.24 in.
Width: 70.0 cm | 27.56 in.
Depth: 75.0 cm | 29.53 in.
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