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Topan Pendant VP6 grey-beige
Verner Panton >
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Suspended lights-Pendant lights in metal >
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Suspended li...-Pendant lights in aluminium >
Suspended lights-Pendant lights in metal >

Product description

Product type: Pendant.
Production Process: The Topan shade is spunn into shape from a single piece of aluminium using a special set of tools. The spinning is performed by highly skilled crafts men who have decades of experience producing the Topan pendant.
Environment: Indoor.
Dimensions ( cm / in ): Ø: 21 cm / 8.3 in x H: 19 cm / 7.5 in.
Weight ( kg ): 0.65 kg.
Materials Lacquered aluminium with 3 meter fabric cord.
Colours: Black blue, Deep red, Grey beige, Dark green, White.
Voltage (V): 220-240 V - 50 Hz.
Light Source & Energi efficiency class: E27 Max 40 Watt.
The luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A++ - E.
Bulb is not included.
Certifications: CE, IP20, CLass II.
Canopy Included.
Cord lenght / diameter ( cm / in ): 300 cm / 118.1 in.
Cleaning Instructions: Clean with soft dry cloth. Always switch off the electricity supply before cleaning.
Package Dimensions (cm / in) H: 22.0 cm / 8.6 in x W: 21.0 cm / 8.3 in x D: 21.5 cm / 8.5 in.

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Boasting a singular spherical silhouette, the Topan Pendant Lamp was truly ahead of its time. Conceived by Verner Panton, one of Denmark’s most experimental Modernist architects and designers, the Topan was a precursor to the Pop Art Movement. A sculptural gem that not only provides illumination, it also acts as a decorative element either alone or in clusters. Adding a cosy intimacy to any interior.
Originally designed for the Astoria Hotel and Restaurant in Trondheim, Norway, the Topan became an integral design element in Panton’s approach to visually immersive environments, saturated with vivid colours, patterns and provocative furnishings. It was also the predecessor to the FlowerPot lamps that followed, which together with Topan are design siblings.
“Panton was a pioneer in designing simple yet striking shapes that are iconic and timeless in their appeal,” notes &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “The Topan was Panton’s first mass-produced lamp and one that embodies his unique talent for capturing an idea so succinctly. Seen in this striking expression of such a simple geometric equation.”