The Wire table lamp, made by Verner Panton in 1972, fascinates with its extraordinary construction principle. A precise cylindrical structure in chromed metal wire, made without welding, merges with a plastic hemisphere that shields the bulb which is located in the center of a chromed metal reflector, which directs the light towards the hemisphere. Only when the light is on, the Wire lamp reveal the translucency of its shadow. The result is a completely glare-free and soft light, which gives the environment a high degree of comfort. The plastic hemisphere is removable, so that the bulb can be easily inserted or replaced.