Poul Henningsen Style Artichoke Lamp

 

Poul Henningsen was a world famous Danish architect, designer, and writer. He is best known for his designs in lighting, particularly his world famous PH lamp, Artichoke Lamp and the Paris Lamp. 

Poul Henningsen’s name was and still is synonymous with Danish lighting design.

This Contemporary Chandelier is a highly detailed, hand crafted reproduction of the original Artichoke lamp. 

True to the original, The Artichoke is made from 72 “leaves” which resembles an Artichoke.The design centres on a 360 degree glare-free light.

The light source itself cannot be directly seen as the light is directed and reflected on the leaves of the 'artichoke' making it illuminate the entire lamp.

 

£249.95 £208.29
Availability: In stock
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Poul Henningsen Style Artichoke Lamp

(Free Mainland UK Delivery)

£249.95 £208.29
Availability: In stock
SKU
Poul Henningsen Style Artichoke Lamp

(Free Mainland UK Delivery)

 

Poul Henningsen was a world famous Danish architect, designer, and writer. He is best known for his designs in lighting, particularly his world famous PH lamp, Artichoke Lamp and the Paris Lamp. 

Poul Henningsen’s name was and still is synonymous with Danish lighting design.

This Contemporary Chandelier is a highly detailed, hand crafted reproduction of the original Artichoke lamp. 

True to the original, The Artichoke is made from 72 “leaves” which resembles an Artichoke.The design centres on a 360 degree glare-free light.

The light source itself cannot be directly seen as the light is directed and reflected on the leaves of the 'artichoke' making it illuminate the entire lamp.

 

 

Materials Dimensions

Lazer cut Aluminium metal leaves
- Stainless steal cables

H: 40cm
W: 40cm
D: 40cm

 

 

 

 

Assembly

Assembled 

Finish

Aluminum 

Shipping

Timed delivery 

Colour Variety

N/A

Instructions

N/A

Cleaning Instructions

Wipe With A Dry Cloth

 

 

 

 

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Inspired By

Poul Henningsen (1894-1967) originally practised traditional functionalistic architecture however switched his interest to lighting which he is most famous for, creating pieces such as the Artichoke Lamp.


 

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