Designed by Verner Panton in 1969, the Flowerpot Table Lamp embraces every ideology that was rampant in the last four decades of that twentieth century. It embodies the easy-going articulation of the Hippie movement in its soft curves, the onset of lingering modernism in its clean lines, along with a timeless aesthetic that is completely its own.
It’s the kind of a table lamp that celebrates abstract concepts like peace and harmony, which have been articulated pretty well in the neat form of its design.
The design of the Flowerpot Table Lamp strives to break free of the rigidness that was becoming a norm during the era of modernism. Instead, it’s evocative, curvilinear form became an ode to the ever-static contemporary aesthetic. It is timeless enough to make any modern interior design look absolutely gorgeous and trendy in an effortless way.
The Flowerpot Table Lamp is made of lacquered steel, which adds to its longevity and durability. This lamp is sturdy and comes in quite a few colors – from grey beige to even polished stainless steel. This functional and aesthetical versatility adds to its desirability.
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