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Vintage iconic brushed copper hanging pendant lamp by Poul Henningsen, manufactured by Louis Poulsen, Denmark.

 

Poul Henningsen was one of the most important lighting designers of the 20th Century. His pioneering work focuses on the relationship between light structures, shadows, glare, and color reproduction and remains the foundation of the lighting theories still practiced by Louis Poulsen – a relationship that started back in 1925.

 

PH Artichoke (1958) is a 360-degree glare free luminaire created by 72 copper leaves, which shield the light source, redirect and reflect the light onto the underlying leaves, giving a distinct and unique illumination.

 

This light is a real satement pice and its proportions make it an exceptional focus for a large room. It's in excellent vintage condition, includes the luminaire and is also signed by the designer.

 

Buying

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Stunning iconic Mid Century copper Poul Henningsen Artichoke chandelier

£7,995.00Price
  • PLEASE NOTE - this item has now been sold. If you're looking for something similar please get in touch and we'll do our best to help.

     

    Material

    Brushed copper

     

    Style
    Mid Century

    Date of production
    1958

     

    Dimensions

    H 102 cm

    Diameter 72 cm

     

    Number of pieces included in price
    1

     

    Condition
    Excellent

     

    Questions or offer
    Do you have questions or want to make an offer? Please contact me via the contact page HERE. I'm always happy to help.