We find ourselves in 1971, in the middle of the flower power movement. Love and peace are key values, alternative lifestyles are flourishing and astronauts are landing on the moon. On top of that there is a strong fascination for everything that has something to do with the future.
In those days, Verner Panton designed his FlowerPot, two half spheres that are still present in many homes decades after its conception. This classic luminaire in lacquered aluminium has come to be a timeless design that feels right at home in practically every interior setting.
The FlowerPot was designed with a playful, recognisable shape that does no effort in hiding in which era it was designed. Yet, this shining pendant does not yield an outdated impression. Quite on the contrary, it brings a stylish, natural touch in different settings.
If you choose the FlowerPot VP2, you choose an iconic pendant that leaves an unforgettable impression in the room. Its simple design is an asset to each interior. Your house would look lovelier if you get one of these elegant classics.
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