Louis Poulsen Panthella
Designer and architect Verner Panton (1926-1998) created the Panthella in 1971 together with Louis Poulsen. Panton's figurative and playful design is a reflection of his immense personality. Without compromising on quality or functionality, the world-famous Dane continued to develop new materials for the colorful and captivating spaces he created with his alluring designs. With its organic shape reflecting the softest light, the Panthella is one of Panton's greatest design icons. Panton wanted to create a lamp whose base and screen both served as reflectors, combining with the organic shapes for which the Danish designer is known. With its glare-free light, the Panthella is a fine example of Verner Panton's brilliant sense of atmospheric lighting. In 2020, Louis Poulsen introduced a new version of the Panthella Floor Lamp. The original design was slightly modified to make the lamp functional and modern, meeting today's standard for great lighting comfort. The Panthella Standing Lamp features a new diffuser screen to prevent visible shadows on the opal screen. The base has been modified so that the trumpet-shaped stand and metal parts remain straight and white over time. In addition, the updated edition always provides a high level of comfort with soft, diffused light.