Named after the happy days of flower power, the curvaceous shape of the &Tradition FlowerPot VP1 by Verner Panton is undoubtedly 1960s in its nature, however, the piece transcends trends of the decade, blending into contemporary living spaces easily.
Ideal for positioning next to a lounge chair, sofa or for hanging in a cluster in a dining space, the light is available in an array of contemporary colours, perfectly coordinating with a range of different interior styles.
Verner Panton is one of the iconic designers of the last century. Panton rose to fame designing the ‘Panton Chair’ for Vitra. Panton’s designs continue to be hugely popular and are still a big influence today on designers and architects.
Verner Panton was a student of Architecture at the Royal Art Academy in Copenhagen. Amongst Panton’s major achievements in the design and architecture world, is the design of the interior for the Spiegel publishing house in Hamburg.