The Danish Designer conceptualized this lighting, consting of different models, for the Cologne Furniture Fair in 1970, more specifically, for the Visiona 2 exhibition, for which an entire ship was redesigned. A year later, Panton was commissioned to set up a restaurant in Aahaus, Denmark. Here again, in the Varna Palace, a neoclassical building on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, the SPIRAL SP1 multicolor was used. Panton combined the SPIRAL pendant lights with a whole range of his designs: Amoebe, Amoebe Highback, Illumesa, Cloverleaf Sofa, Ball Type H and VP Globe pendants as well as the Welle lounge combination. All of these Panton designs are available in TAGWERC Design STORE.
As a part of this family the SPIRAL SP1 exists of lacquered arcylic spirals attached by nylon strings to a large ceiling plate made from the same material and finished in the colour white.
The SPIRAL SP1 cluster in multicolor has a diameter of 48 centimeters (18.90″) and a height of 115 centimeters (45.28″). The light source with a maximum output of 100 watts is powered via a transparent cable, which is led through the ceiling rose. The extravagant cluster is available in three different sizes, SPIRAL SP1 multicolor (115 centimeters), SPIRAL SP2 multicolor (180 centimeters) and SPIRAL SP3 multicolor (220 centimeters) in the TAGWERC Design STORE. In addition to multicolor, there are the SPIRAL suspensions in gold and silver. In addition, the design interior specialist TAGWERC offers to extend or shorten these drop-lights on request.
- Plastic, spirals made of acrylic
- Red, Pink, Purple
- White ceiling tile
- Cable length
- Cable colour
- 115 cm
- 48 cm
- 200 cm
- Base socket
- Max. Power
- Bulb included
- 1x MAX. 60 WATT
The Spiral SP1 pendant light was designed by
Verner Panton is one of the most inspiring designers of the 20th century. With avant-garde designs using modern materials, the native Dane was far ahead of his time. The architect and designer created houses, furniture, lighting, textiles and everyday objects.