Panthella Floor Lamp

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Panthella Floor Lamp

986.00

Vernon Panton's Panthella Floor Lamp, created in 1971 for Louis Poulsen, Copenhagen, is one of his most famous designs.  The basic light principle is aimed at creating a lamp in which the base as well as the shade will act as a reflector.  The lamp's light source is hidden under a milky-white, hemispheric acrylic shade over a white, trumpet-like base in powder coated aluminum which gives a beautiful distribution of light with its well balanced form.

Available in white

Base measures 13.6" in diameter - shade measures 19.7" in diameter - total height is 51.4"

Takes one 150W/A-21/IF medium  or a 22W LED/A-21 medium bulb - the 11' white cord has an in-line on/off foot switch

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