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  • Pakhus Pendant By Louis Poulsen
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    Pakhus Pendant By Louis Poulsen
    Erik Møllers Tegnestue designed the Pakhus pendant in 1984 for the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen. Known as Eigtveds Warehouse, the building is an old warehouse which dates from the 18th century. Like so many other buildings from this era, it has many rooms with low ceilings. The architects therefore saw the need for a small pendant with a warm glowing light. Features. Designed by Erik Møllers Tegnestue, 1984. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture is an example of minimalistic lighting technology, with a primary focus on point shaped light sources. The anti-glare ring eliminates direct glare from the focal point of the light source, while permitting optimal light distribution both upward and downward. Finish: White, powder coated. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Suitable for repetitive installations. Timeless design, architectural versatility.
  • AJ Eklipta Wall Sconce By Louis Poulsen
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    AJ Eklipta Wall Sconce By Louis Poulsen
    AJ Eklipta was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1959 for Rødovre Town Hall. Two sizes were produced for this project: 350 mm and 450 mm. They were used indoors on stairways and outdoors as wall lamps. A 220 mm version was later designed for St. Catherines College in England. Arne Jacobsen preferred the largest model when specifying his own projects. Today, AJ Eklipta is used worldwide and in a variety of architectural contexts. Features. Designed by Arne Jacobsen, 1959. Type: Wall light. Concept: The fixture emits soft comfortable light. The glass is designed to provide a uniformly lit surface. The three-layer hand-blown opal glass shade has a transparent edge, providing a decorative halo of light around the fixture. Finish: White, powder coated, white opal glass. Mounting: Surface: Mounted directly to finished surface over a recessed 4” octagonal junction box (13.7”/17.7”) or 3” octagonal junction box (8.7”) Available in 2 sizes: small (8.7 in D) and large (13.7 in D) Uniform lighting intensity across the glass surface. Fixture housing creates a decorative spacing between the glass shade and the mounting surface. Transparent glass edge forms a decorative border around the product. Ideal for repetitive installations. Offers flexibility where uniform lighting is desired.
  • Moser Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    Moser Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    The Moser Pendant was designed by Swedish ceramic artist, Anu Moser, in 2002. The designer drew inspiration for the various shapes in the light from observing how molten glass develops when you first start to blow it. The light was developed for energy-saving bulbs, and Anu Moser chose an enclosed drop shape to shield direct view of the light source 100%. The mounting mechanism is patented. Features. Designed by Anu Moser, 2002. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture emits diffuse light and the thickness of the glass results in very comfortable light distribution. Finish: Matte white opal. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 5-conductors (CF) / 3-conductors (INC), 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Available in 3 sizes: small, medium, large. High glass quality. Thick glass prevents the focal point of the bulb shining through. Ideal for repetitive installations.
  • AJ Wall Sconce By Louis Poulsen
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    AJ Wall Sconce By Louis Poulsen
    The AJ lamps were designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960 for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen (Radisson Blu), and contributed to the total design concept of the hotel. Several of the hotels items have achieved iconic design status, and among the lighting products the AJ lamps in particular have become world renowned. Five new color variants were introduced in connection with the 50th anniversary of the launch of the AJ family. The new colors have been carefully chosen in line with an updated Arne Jacobsen color scheme. Features. Designed by Arne Jacobsen, 1960. Type: Wall light. Concept: The fixture emits downward directed light. The angle of the shade and rotation can be adjusted to optimize light distribution. The shade is painted white on the inside to ensure a soft comfortable light. Finish: Blue/Green, petroleum, red, sand, yellow/green, black, graphite grey or white, wet painted. Mounting: Surface: Mounted directly to finished surface over a 4" octagonal junction-box. Switch: On/off switch on the wall plate. Adjustable head angle and rotation. Channeled light. Unique design. Available in several colors. Belongs to a family that includes table and floor lamps.
  • PH 3/2 Pendant By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 3/2 Pendant By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. The PH 3/2 Pendant is a member of the three-shade family and is one of 19 versions available today. The PH 3/2 Pendant consists of an approximately 30 cm top shade, but uses lower shades from the 2/2 model. These hybrid models were introduced due to the desire to hang the pendants at lower heights. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Pendant Light. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of hand-blown opal three-layer glass, which is glossy on top and sandblasted matte on the underside, giving a soft and uniform light distribution. Finish: Black chrome plated or high luster chrome plated; White opal glass. Mounting: Canopy: White. Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG black PVC power cord. Suitable for repetitive installations. Architectural versatility. Belongs to a family of chandeliers and table, floor and wall lamps.
  • PH 5 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 5 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen developed the PH 5 in 1958, in response to constant changes to the shape and size of incandescent bulbs. At the introduction of the PH 5, Henningsen wrote the following: After 33 years of basically Christian behavior, I have converted to Islam in my relationship to the manufacture of incandescent bulbs. For a generation I have believed that consideration for the consumer and common sense would prevail, but now I have become a fatalist. I have accepted fate, and with Louis Poulsens permission, I have designed a PH fixture which can be used with any kind of light source, including, Christmas lights and 100 W metal-filament bulbs (although a fluorescent tube would be too much to ask in the existing form). The PH 5 was introduced as a classic new product and no one knew at the time that it would eventually become synonymous with the PH brand. Regardless of how the light is installed or the light source used, the PH 5 is and remains completely glare-free. The fixture was christened pH 5 due to the 50 cm diameter of the main shade. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1958. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture provides 100% glare-free light. Its design is based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs majority of the light downwards. The fixture emits both downward and lateral light, thus illuminating itself. In the PH 5 Classic, a warmer tone of light is created by the inside red cone and a small blue reflector. Finish: White/Pale rose, Dark Grey/Turquoise, Army/Dark Grey or Pale Rose/Green, mat coated. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Suitable for high and low mounting. Suitable for repetitive installations.
  • Silverback Ceiling/Wall By Louis Poulsen
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    Silverback Ceiling/Wall By Louis Poulsen
    Silverback is designed by KiBiSi one of the most influential design groups in Scandinavia. Silverback is a wall and ceiling luminaire designed to visually morph into the architectural surfaces mounted on. Features. Designed by KiBiSi. Type: Ceiling light. Concept: The fixture emits diffused light. The opal curved diffuser provides a soft and comfortable spatial lighting, and the metalized rear half of the product produces a decorative halo-like illumination on the ceiling or wall surface. The metalized surface also creates a mirror effect, reflecting the texture, color or material of the installation surface. Finish: White opal and semi- metalized. Mounting: Surface: mounted directly to finished surface over a recessed 4” octagonal junction box. Easy to maintain. Fade of luminance on mounted surface. Visually morphs with the architecture.
  • PH 3/2 Glass Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 3/2 Glass Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. PH 3/2 Table is a member of the three-shade family and is one of 19 versions available today. PH 3/2 Table consists of an approximately 30 cm top shade, but uses lower shades from the 2/2 model. These hybrid models were introduced due to the desire to hang the pendants at lower heights. The system was also used for wall, table and floor lamps. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Table lamp. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of hand-blown opal three-layer glass, which is glossy on top and sandblasted matte on the underside, giving a soft and uniform light distribution. Finish: Black chrome plated or high luster chrome plated; White opal glass. Mounting: Cord type: Black; Switch: In-line on/off switch provided. Fixture illuminates itself. Timeless design. Belongs to a family that includes chandelier, pendant, floor and wall lamps.
  • PH 3 1/2-3 Pendant Light By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 3 1/2-3 Pendant Light By Louis Poulsen
    Marking Poul Henningsen's 120th birthday on 9 September, Louis Poulsen launched the new PH 3½-3 pendant. Based on Poul Henningsen's original drawings from the late 1920s and early 1930s, it features his renowned three-shade system. The pendant has metal shades, available in green, yellow, red and white. The fixture housing is silk mat brown and made of copper. All colors are based on Poul Henningsen's color universe. Like the designer, the fixtures are colorful! As an extra feature, all shades have a white painted rolled edge, accentuating the familiar profile of the three-shade fixture and creating beautiful optical symmetry. The shades are pressed at Louis Poulsen's factory in Vejen, by Louis Poulsen's own staff – a craft only very few are trained in. Although the fixture is over 80 years old, it is both modern and classic at the same time, making it ideally suited to a broad range of interior design environments. It is seen as a charming, rustic, functional and unpretentious fixture. But it is much more. The PH 3½-3 pendant is a piece of Danish lighting design history. It provides functional, decorative light, and gives any interior a boost simply by being there, whether lit or unlit. It is beautiful alone, or grouped with other fixtures. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture is 100% glare-free, with a design based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs most of the light downwards. The shades are made of deep drawn aluminum with white inner surface that ensures gentle, downward light distribution. The downward light is both soft and pleasant. Finish: Red, green, yellow and white, powder coated. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Design icon, timeless design. Glare free light. Historical details. Suitable for repetitive installations. Symmetric light distribution. White inner-side to optimize light output. White rolled edges on shades.
  • Collage Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    Collage Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    The well known Collage light fixture is being released in a new version to celebrate 10 years since its launch. The fixture began attracting attention back in 2005 as soon as Louis Poulsen introduced it onto the world market in cooperation with the designer, Louise Campbell. Ten years on, the Collage light fixture now hangs in homes, institutions, universities, hospitals and numerous restaurants around the world. Collage is being released in a new series of douche colors, and a new matte velour-like finish. These give Collage a completely new identity, and the fascinating shadow patterns formed by the three-layer shade set have an exclusive new and different look. The Collage pendant is available in two sizes: Ø600 mm and Ø450 mm. The pendant's simple expression makes it very versatile above dining tables and meeting tables, or as high general lighting. Collage is available in a flexible version with an E26 fitting, which fits the new LED bulbs. To further optimize lighting comfort, an anti-glare set can be purchased for the top and bottom as an optional extra. This diffuses the light directed upwards and downwards, and also inhibits direct views of the light source from all directions. Features. Designed by Louise Campbell, 2004. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture emits diffuse light directed primarily downwards. The patterns on the three laser cut acrylic shades have been carefully staggered with the aim of eliminating unpleasant glare from the light source. The patterns differ between the shades, resulting in different perceptions of light and shadow depending on the viewing angle. Finish: White matte, rose matte, blue/grey matte and dark green. Mounting: Collage 450: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Collage 600: Suspension type: 1 stainless steel aircraft cable; Canopy: White; Cord type: 2-conductor (INC), 4-conductor (CF), 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Inspired by the way light is refracted in nature. Layer shade construction results in unique light and shadow formation. May be used with several different light sources. Top and bottom shades further ensure light comfort. Variable installation heights. Suitable for restaurants, conference rooms, etc. May be used alone or for repetitive installations. Architectural versatility. On its way to becoming an iconic design. Available in 4 colors and 2 sizes.
  • PH 3-2 1/2 Wall Sconce By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 3-2 1/2 Wall Sconce By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. PH 3/2½ Wall is a member of the three-shade family and is one of 19 versions available today. Approximately one thousand different models have been produced over the years and consisted of table, floor and wall lamps, as well as a number of different chandeliers, which were very popular in the 30s for lighting private homes with high ceilings. PH 3/2½ Wall consists of an approximately 30 cm top shade, but uses lower shades from the 2½ model. These hybrid models were introduced due to the desire to hang pendants at lower heights. The system was also used for wall, floor and table lamps. PH 3/2½ Wall was introduced in 2005. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Wall light. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades have a matte white painted interior surface, diffusing the light in a comfortable way. Finish: Black, powder coated. Mounting: Surface: Mounted directly to finished surface over a recessed 4” octagonal junction box. It is an outdoor sconce. Ideal for entrances.
  • PH80 Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH80 Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system back in 1925-1926. The first lights using the system were designed by PH in cooperation with Louis Poulsen for an exhibition in Paris. This partnership continued up until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free light, direct light where it was most needed, and create soft shadows, using incandescent bulbs as a light source. PH 80 is a member of the three-shade family which numbers 18 lights today, including three for outdoor use. PH 80 is based on the same three-shade design centered on the logarithmic spiral. The material is opal acrylic, and the top shade is red to provide warm and atmospheric lighting. The light model number does not refer to the top shade diameter as is normally the case for three-shade models. The light was created in 1974 after PH’s death to mark 80 years since his birth – hence the name PH 80. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1974. Type: Floor lamp. Concept: The fixture emits diffuse and symmetrical light. The majority of the light is directed downwards, and the opal acrylic shades provide comfortable room lighting. The red hue of the top reflector helps giving the light a warmer glow. Finish: White opal acrylic; High luster chrome plated. Mounting: Cable type: Plastic cord with plug. Light control: On/off switch on cord. Class: Ingress protection IP20; Electric shock protection II w/o ground.
  • Enigma 545 Pendant By Louis Poulsen
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    Enigma 545 Pendant By Louis Poulsen
    Enigma 545 was designed by Japanese designer Shoichi Uchiyama in 2007 and extends the Enigma family. Enigma 545 is a larger version of Enigma 425, based on the design idea of floating shades held by ultrathin wires, providing a transparent and light expression. The design fitted well with Louis Poulsens product philosophy, and was a new interpretation of the multi-shade system. Japanese grace combined with Scandinavian simplicity. An enigma is a mystery, referring to the fact that the shades appear to hover suspended when viewed illuminated from a distance. Features. Designed by Shoichi Uchiyama, 2007. Type: Pendant light. Finish: Aluminum, brushed and lacquered, matte acrylic. Mounting: Canopy: White (Hal) or brushed aluminum (HID); Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Light and simple design. Easy to clean and maintain. Lateral dissemination of the light due to the special shade design. Suitable for large rooms and high ceilings. You can see right through it.
  • Doo-Wop Pendant By Louis Poulsen
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    Doo-Wop Pendant By Louis Poulsen
    Originally introduced in the 1950th. It was designed in close cooperation between the Navy Buildings Department and Louis Poulsen. The pendant was used for many years in the buildings of the Navy for many different applications such as canteens and offices. The Navy Pendant, which was the name at that time, was widely used because of the unique lighting properties and utility. Not until the early 1980th the product was taken out of the Louis Poulsen catalogues. In recent years, more and more of the old editions have been sold again through antique stores and auctions. This has caused a demand and Louis Poulsen has been asked to re-launch the products. The new version is very close to the original. However, the colors have been updated to correspond to the colors of the time, while the production methods are the same. The shades are still and spun by hand and completed with the fine rolled edge which gives the shades a special optical volume. The brass variant challenges the craftsman as it is spun from a solid brass plate and appears polished. Features. Designed by Louis Poulsen A/S in cooperation with the Navy Buildings Department, 1950. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture primarily provides a downward directed soft light by means of the white lacquered inner conical reflector. The outer reflector, the main shade, contributes to directing the light up- and downwards, while at the same time spreading the soft diffuse light. The inside of the main shade is illuminated through an opening in the inner conical reflector. Finish: White, Dark grey, Red, Green, Blue powder coated or Brass. Mounting: Canopy: White. Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Comfortably desk top lighting. Great architectural versatility. Robust construction. Simplistic design. The design reflects the lighting emission.
  • Toldbod Glass Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    Toldbod Glass Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Toldbod Glass Pendant was launched in 2002, and like the other Tolbod products, has a design based on the PH Ellipse reflector. The design is very precise, making the light suitable for a variety of interior environments. Features. Designed by Louis Poulsen A/S, 2002. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture emits glare-free light directed primarily downwards. The opal glass provides a comfortable and uniform illumination of the area around the fixture. Finish: White opal glass. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Available in 2 sizes: 6, 8. Decoratively illuminates itself. Ideal for repetitive installations. Belongs to a family made up of indoor and outdoor models.
  • PH 50 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 50 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen developed the PH 5 in 1958, in response to constant changes to the shape and size of incandescent bulbs. To mark the 50th anniversary of the PH 5 in 2008, the PH50 (a high-gloss version in five new colors) was introduced. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1958. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture provides 100% glare-free light. Its design is based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs majority of the light downwards. The fixture emits both downward and lateral light, thus illuminating itself. In the PH 5 Classic, a warmer tone of light is created by the inside red cone and a small blue reflector. Finish: Chili red, coconut white, mint blue, olive black or wasabi green, glossy, wet lacquered. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Suitable for high and low mounting. Suitable for repetitive installations.
  • Aeros Pendant By Louis Poulsen
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    Aeros Pendant By Louis Poulsen
    Aeros was designed by Ross Lovegrove and was launched in 2009. Lovegrove wanted to design an ethereal, floating object which would be perceived as light-weight despite its size, and have a fine organic, perforated surface. The advanced design of the fixture presented major technical challenges for its production, but Lovegrove overcame the challenge. Features. Designed by Ross Lovegrove, 2009. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture emits warm diffuse light directed primarily downwards. The reflector design is based on the organic Fibonacci pattern and provides a rare and appealing light distribution, as well as a decorative effect on the fixture. The organically inspired perforation pattern on the body of the fixture also provides an interesting and mystical lighting effect. The fixture has an almost three-dimensional expression, which makes it appear to float in the room. Finish: Golden sand or white, wet painted. Mounting: Suspension type: 3x stainless steel aircraft cables. Canopy: Golden sand or white. Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Dimensional appearance. Organically inspired pattern/design. Fibonacci pattern reflector. Great atmospheric effect. May be used alone or for repetitive installations.
  • PH 4/3 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 4/3 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. The PH 4/3 Metal Pendant was launched in 1966. Its design follows the general three-shade system based on the logarithmic spiral, with the center of the light source positioned at the axis of the spiral. This light is a simplification of the light PH designed in 1929, winning him the highest distinction at the world exhibition in Barcelona at that time. Metal pendants were produced in a number of formats and colors, and the underside of the shade was painted white to provide diffuse light. To achieve warmer lighting, metal pendants were also produced with a gold-coated underside. Metal pendants have been produced in a number of sizes and colors over the years, but the only metal pendant available today is the 4/3. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of metal and painted white to ensure uniform, comfortable light distribution. Finish: White, wet painted. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Suitable for repetitive installations. Iconic design, architectural versatility.
  • LC Shutters Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    LC Shutters Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    The concentrated light from the light source is filtered through an opalescent diffuser to ensure soft, comfortable light distribution. The softened light creates a pleasant atmosphere within the shade and ensures a gentle lighting effect on the outside, helping to illuminate and define the product's shape when lit. The aim was to create comfortable and atmospheric lighting fixture in both private and public settings. The starting point is a flat sheet of aluminum which is worked into the bell-shaped shade. The shade pattern is cut and pressed to form two interactive layers, through which the light is emitted in a high-precision pattern. The 3 mm thick shade ensures a very solid fixture, suitable for applications ranging from children's rooms to executive areas. Features. Designed by Louise Campbell, 2012. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture emits a primarily downward illumination. The perforated pattern on the shade provides a soft illumination around the fixture. Meanwhile, the perforation helps lighten up the surface of the shade in a decorative way, when it is turned on, thereby maintaining the contour of the fixture, whether it is on or off. The light source is surrounded by an opal diffuser, which ensures that the fixture is 100% glare-free, and that the fixture is suitable for several types of light sources providing the same light distribution and comfort. And finally, the shape of the diffuser allows a beautiful view into the fixture. Mounting: Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord; Canopy: White. Finish: White, powder coated. White, powder coated with colored foils. Flexible height adjustment. Ideally suited for restaurants, conference rooms, dining tables, and more.
  • PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. The PH 2/1 Pendant is a member of the three-shade family and is one of 19 versions available today. The PH 2/1 Pendant consists of an approximately 20 cm top shade, but uses lower shades from the 1/1 model. These hybrid models were introduced due to the desire to hang the pendants at lower heights. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of hand-blown opal three-layer glass, which is glossy on top and sandblasted matte on the underside, giving a soft and uniform light distribution. Finish: High luster chrome plated; White opal glass. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG black PVC power cord. Suitable for repetitive installations. Timeless design. Belongs to a family of chandeliers and wall lamps.
  • Wohlert Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    Wohlert Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Vilhelm Wohlert designed the Satellite pendant in for Louis Poulsen in 1959. This pendant was designed to suit various sized rooms. Wohlert functionality includes easy installation, bulb changes and maintenance. Features. Designed by Vilhelm Wohlert, 1959. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture provides uniform, general and diffuse illumination. The opening at the bottom of the glass produces downwards directed light. The quality of the glass ensures that the fixture is evenly lit. Finish: White opal glass. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Available in 3 sizes: 12", 14", 16" Glare free from the primary viewing angles. Diffused, symmetric, comfortable light. Easy bulb changes and maintenance. Suitable for high and low mounting.
  • Panthella Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    Panthella Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Panthella Table was designed by Verner Panton in 1971 and remain one of his most popular fixture designs. The organic shapes are typical of a Verner Panton design, as were the many strong colors the fixture was originally available in. Verner Panton wanted to create a light fixture where both the foot and the shade served as a reflector. Today the lamp is only available in white. Features. Designed by Verner Panton, 1971. Type: Table lamp. Concept: The fixture emits a soft and comfortable illumination. The hemispherical shade reflects the light downwards, and the material used ensures that the majority of the light is spread diffusely in the room from the surface of the shade. Finish: White, opal acrylic. Mounting: Cord type: White; Switch: In-line on/off switch provided. Diffuse room lighting, primarily from the surface of the shade. Good working light. Easy to clean. Classic status.
  • Enigma 425 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    Enigma 425 Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Enigma 425 was designed by Japanese designer Shoichi Uchiyama in 2003. Uchiyama presented a design idea to Louis Poulsen involving floating shades held by ultrathin wires, providing a transparent and light expression. The idea fitted well with Louis Poulsens product philosophy and was a new interpretation of the multi-shade system. Japanese grace combined with Scandinavian simplicity. An enigma is a mystery, referring to the fact that the shades appear to hover unsuspended when viewed illuminated from a distance. Features. Designed by Shoichi Uchiyama, 2003. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture emits glare-free, soft, comfortable downward light. The shade design ensures even illumination of the surface. The matte upper surface diffuses the light, while the shiny lower surface ensures optimal reflection. Finish: Aluminum, brushed and lacquered, Matte acrylic. Mounting: Canopy: White. Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Unique design. Floating appearance. Light and simple design. Easy to clean. Easy bulb changes. You can see right through it. Suitable for meeting and dining tables, etc. Suitable for both the private and commercial market.
  • AJ Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    AJ Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960 for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen (Radisson Blu). The light contributed to the total design concept of the hotel. Several of the hotels items have achieved iconic design status today, and among the lighting products the AJ lamps in particular have become world renowned. Five new color variants were introduced in connection with the 50th anniversary of the launch of the AJ family. The new colors have been carefully chosen in line with an updated Arne Jacobsen color scheme. Features. Designed by Arne Jacobsen, 1960. Type: Table lamp. Concept: The fixture emits downward directed light. The angle of the shade can be adjusted to optimize light distribution. The shade is painted white on the inside to ensure a soft comfortable light. Finish: Blue/Green, petroleum, red, sand, yellow/green, black, graphite grey or white, wet painted. Mounting: Cord type: Black except for white version: white. Switch: On/off switch on the base. Adjustable head angle. Ideal working light. Convenient size. Light design makes the fixture easy to move and adjust. Iconic design. Architectural versatility. Available in several colors. Belongs to a family of wall and table lamps.
  • Panthella Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    Panthella Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Panthella Floor was designed by Verner Panton in 1971 and remain one of his most popular fixture designs. The organic shapes are typical of a Verner Panton design, as were the many strong colors the fixture was originally available in. Verner Panton wanted to create a light fixture where both the foot and the shade served as a reflector. Today the lamp is only available in white. Features. Designed by Verner Panton, 1971. Type: Floor lamp. Concept: The fixture emits a soft and comfortable illumination. The hemispherical shade reflects the light downwards, and the material used ensures that the majority of the light is spread diffusely in the room from the surface of the shade. Finish: White, opal acrylic. Mounting: Cord type: White; Switch: In-line on/off foot switch provided. Diffuse room lighting, primarily from the surface of the shade. Easy to clean. Classic status.
  • AJ Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    AJ Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    The AJ lamps were designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960 for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen (Radisson Blu), and contributed to the total design concept of the hotel. Several of the hotels items have achieved iconic design status and among the lighting products the AJ lamps in particular have become world renowned. Five new color variants were introduced in connection with the 50th anniversary of the launch of the AJ family. The new colors have been carefully chosen in line with an updated Arne Jacobsen color scheme. Features. Designed by Arne Jacobsen, 1960. Type: Floor lamp. Concept: The fixture emits downward directed light. The angle of the shade can be adjusted to optimize light distribution. The shade is painted white on the inside to ensure a soft comfortable light. Finish: Blue/Green, petroleum, red, sand, yellow/green, black, graphite grey or white, wet painted. Mounting: Cord type: Black except for white version: white. Switch: In-line on/off foot switch provided. Adjustable head angle. Ideal reading light. Convenient size. Light design makes the fixture easy to move and adjust. Iconic design. Architectural versatility. Available in several colors. Belongs to a family of wall and table lamps.
  • PH 4/3 Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 4/3 Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. PH 4/3 Table is a member of the three-shade family and is one of 19 versions available today. Approximately one thousand different models have been produced over the years and consisted of table, floor and wall lamps, as well as a number of different chandeliers, which were popular in the 30s for lighting private homes with high ceilings. PH 4/3 Table consists of an approximately 40 cm top shade, but uses lower shades from the 3/3 model. These hybrid models were introduced due to the desire to hang pendants at lower heights. The system was also used for wall, table and floor lamps. PH 4/3 Table in its current form was introduced in 1966. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Table lamp. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of metal and painted white to ensure diffuse, comfortable light distribution. Finish: White, wet painted; High luster chrome plated. Mounting: Cord type: Black; Switch: In-line on/off foot switch provided. Characteristic design elements. Belongs to a family that includes a pendant.
  • PH 3½/2½ Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 3½/2½ Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. The 3½/2½ Floor light is a member of the three-shade family and is one of 19 versions available today. Approximately one thousand different models have been produced over the years and consisted of table, floor and wall lamps, as well as a number of different chandeliers, which were very popular in the 30s for lighting private homes with high ceilings. PH 3½/2½ Floor consists of an approximately 35 cm top shade with lower shades. These hybrid models were introduced due to the desire to hang pendants at lower heights. The system was also used for floor, table and wall lamps. PH 3½/2½ Floor in its current form was introduced in 2002. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Floor lamp. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of hand-blown opal three-layer glass, which is glossy on top and sandblasted matte on the underside, giving a soft and diffuse light distribution. Finish: High luster chrome plated, white opal glass. Mounting: Cord type: Black; Switch: In-line on/off foot switch provided. Good reading light. Iconic design, architectural versatility. Belongs to a family that includes chandelier, pendant, floor and wall models.
  • PH 4½/4 Glass Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 4½/4 Glass Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. The PH 4½-4 Glass Pendant is a member of the three-shade family and is one of 19 versions available today. Approximately one thousand models have been produced over the years and consisted of table, floor and wall lamps, as well as a number of chandeliers, which were popular in the 30s for lighting private homes with high ceilings. The PH 4½-4 Glass Pendant consists of an approximately 45 cm top shade, but uses lower shades from the 4/4 model. These hybrid models were introduced due to the desire to hang the pendants at lower heights. The system was also used for wall, table and floor lamps. The 4½-4 Pendant in its current form was introduced in 1980. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of hand-blown opal three-layer glass, which is glossy on top and sandblasted matte on the underside, giving a soft and uniform light distribution. Finish: High luster chrome plated; White opal glass. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG black PVC power cord. Suitable for repetitive installations. Belongs to a family that includes table and floor lamps.
  • PH Snowball Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH Snowball Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed his first lights back in 1925/1926 for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued right up until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. Poul Henningsen designed Snowball in 1958 and it was exhibited together with PH 5 at the Danish Museum of Decorative Art. However, Snowball received no particular attention on this occasion, and was only re-launched and manufactured from 1983. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1958. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture emits comfortable glare-free diffuse light. Matte painted under surfaces and glossy top surfaces result in an attractive reflection of the diffused light, creating uniform light distribution around the fixture. When the light is switched on, the top portion is illuminated while the bottom part remains dark. Finish: White, wet painted. Mounting: Canopy: White; Cord type: 3-conductor, 18 AWG white PVC power cord. Combination of matte and shiny surfaces gives the fixture a characteristic light intensity. Suitable for hanging at medium to low heights in meeting rooms, above dining tables, etc. Suitable for repetitive installations.
  • PH Artichoke Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH Artichoke Pendant Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    PH Artichoke was designed in 1958 by Poul Henningsen for the Langelinie Pavillonen restaurant in Copenhagen, where it still hangs today. PH Artichoke has a world-famous unique sculptural aesthetic, and is viewed internationally as an iconic design. The fixture displays 72 leaves, positioned to provide totally glare-free light from any angle. To ensure a high level of quality, much of the production process is still carried out by hand. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1958. Type: Pendant light. Concept: The fixture provides 100% glare-free light. The 72 precisely positioned leaves form 12 unique rows of six leaves each. They illuminate the fixture as well as emitting diffused light with a unique pattern. The fixture provides decorative and comfortable lighting. Finish: Copper or stainless steel, brushed and lacquered, white, wet painted. Mounting: Suspension type: 3x stainless steel aircraft cables. Canopy: White. Cord type: 18 AWG PVC power cord, LED: 2 conductor, non-LED: 3 conductor. Available in 4 sizes: 18.9 in D, 23.6 in D, 28.3 in D, 33.1 in D. Internationally recognized iconic design.
  • PH 4½/3½ Glass Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    PH 4½/3½ Glass Table Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Poul Henningsen designed the three-shade system during 1925/1926. The first lights using the system were designed for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free lighting; aiming to direct light where it was most needed, and creating soft shadows while using incandescent bulbs as a light source. PH 4½-3½ Glass Table is a member of the three-shade family and is one of 19 versions available today. Approximately one thousand different models have been produced over the years and consisted of table, floor and wall lamps, as well as a number of different chandeliers, which were popular in the 30s for lighting private homes with high ceilings. PH 4½-3½ Glass Table consists of an approximately 45 cm top shade, but uses lower shades from the 3½ model. These hybrid models were introduced due to the desire to hang pendants at lower heights. The system was also used for wall, table and floor lamps. PH 4½-3½ Glass Table in its current form was introduced in 1990. Features. Designed by Poul Henningsen, 1925/1926. Type: Table lamp. Concept: The fixture is designed based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of hand-blown opal three-layer glass, which is glossy on top and sandblasted matte on the underside, giving a soft and uniform light distribution. Finish: High luster chrome plated; White opal glass. Mounting: Cord type: Black; Switch: On/off switch on the base. Iconic design. Belongs to a family that includes floor and pendant models.
  • Snow Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
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    Snow Floor Lamp By Louis Poulsen
    Snow was designed by Louise Campbell and launched in 2009. Campbell has always been very preoccupied with daylight in her work with lighting. Her intention with Campbell 275, Collage and Snow was therefore to imitate the most genuine light expression we can experience – daylight. As Campbell expresses it: The most obvious contrast between daylight and artificial light is that nature only has one light source, and you never look directly into it. Our perception of light is based on countless natural layers which filter and reflect the light. These observations have been integrated into Snow. With the Campbell and Collage, Louise Campbell has worked with soft, warm light, drawing associations with spring and summer. With Snow, she has attempted to capture the essence of the Scandinavian winter: pure white snow, casting a clear precise light with the help of screen-printed snowflakes and a counterweight shaped similar to a snowball. Campbell portrays the fixture as follows: Snow is a teddy bear for adults! Features. Designed by Louise Campbell, 2009. Type: Floor lamp. Concept: The fixture emits a general light and direct reading light. Both the reading and general lighting help to create a unique soft illumination of the space. The shade consists of varying concentrations of white screen-printed snowflakes, which are concentrated or blended together in accordance with the position and luminance of the light source in order to avoid uncomfortable glare. Finish: Clear Acrylic with print. Mounting: Cord type: White. Switch: In-line on/off foot switch provided. Floating appearance. Decorative functionalism. Innovative use of materials. Two lights in one: reading light and room light. Precisely positioned snowflakes.
  • Louis Poulsen - Collage 450 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Collage 450 Pendant Lamp
    The Collage 450 pendant lamp from Louise Campbell is the little sister from the Collage 600 lamp. Collage from the designer Louise Campbell was inspired by the art of light to fall in a wood through all the shapes before it reaches the floor. That is why the Collage 450 umbrella possesses three shapes that have an own pattern respectively. An unimagined depth of light and of the shadow plays appears to the outside like this, and between the different umbrellas respectively. The light passes through the shapes with different strength rates creating a pleasant atmosphere and ensuring not to blend the viewer at any moment. Collage is the smallest edition of the Collage 600 Pendant Lamp collection, which the designer Louise Campbell created for the manufacturer Louis Poulsen. Its 45 cm diameter was chosen on purpose because it maintains the balance and the harmony of the original design – three acrylic screens with laser cut leaf patters, although differentiating itself from the grand edition. The Collage 450 suits excellently to be hanged repetitively and sets accents also as a single lamp. The Pendant Lamp Collage 450 is also available in the colours: Hot Lips (Pink), Juicy Orange, Lemon Yellow and Smoke Screen. Furthermore the Pendant Lamp Collapse 600 and an anti-glare set can be demanded.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 3 1/2 - 3 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 3 1/2 - 3 Pendant Lamp
    Lamps designer Poul Henningsen would have celebrated his 120th birthday on the 9th of September of 2014. In order to celebrate this, the Danish design legend PH 3 ½ - 3 by Louis Poulsen is re-edited as special piece in a limited series. The 3 2/1 – 3 pendant lamp is the re-introduction of one of the first products in Poul Henningsen’s famous PF-system, which is based on the 3-shades principle. The pendant lamp was already designed by the Danish in 1929, and its details were already focussed in that time: The PH 3 ½ - 3 lamp is also characterized by being equipped with screw adjustments. The top shade has the rolled edge which makes it look thicker than the material really is, and also represents the method, which is still done by hand at Louis Poulsen. The detailed socket of the Louis Poulsen PH 3 ½ - 3 allows to change the height of the illuminant by 3.5 cm, which ensures perfectly comfortable light. The lamp is completely glare-free and it was designed according to a reflecting three-shades system, which directs the biggest part of the light downwards. The top shade is made of copper with a white inside shade, which ensures downwards directed light. Both opal glass shades spread a bigger light spot, completely using the efficiency of the illuminant. The glass shades are shiny on the outside and matt on the inside. The light, directed downwards, is soft and comfortable. The copper is untreated, so that the lamp develops a unique patina along the years, depending on the place it hangs. If the glossy surface shall remain unchanging, it should be polished with a copper-polish substance with minimal grinding effect. A lamp that that gets its own personality – when it is switched on as well as off.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 3½-3 Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 3½-3 Table Lamp
    Limited edition of a classic: With the PH 3½-3 Table Lamp, Louis Poulsen presents a special edition of the classic lamp. The PH 3½-3 Table Lamp was created by Louis Poulsen and follows the original design by Poul Henningsens from the end of the 1920s - beginning of the 1930s and is based on the famous three-shade-system. The PH 3 ½-3 construction remains on the original PH-drawings. The copper model of the PH 3 ½-3 was recreated with the original cast iron frame. The PH 3½-3 Table Lamp Copper is 100% glare-free and was designed based on the principle of a reflecting three-shade-system which directs most of the light downwards. The lamp is equipped with two upper shades: Together with the two lower glass shades, an opal glass shade takes care of a pleasant and diffuse light. Additionally, a polished shade made of massive copper with a white lacquered inner surface, directs the soft light directly downwards on the table surface. Both of the opalised glass shades create a larger lighting surface to make more efficient use of the light source. The glass shades have a polished outside and are matt on the inside. The downward light is both soft and pleasant. The surface of the PH 3½-3 Table Lamp Copper is highly polished but according to its surrounding, a patina will develop over time. If desired, this patina gives the lamp even greater individuality. "We know that many people like the development of a patina on the copper surface of their lamp" explains division manager Pia Knudsen. "Therefore, Louis Poulsen decided to leave the surfaces of this and many other copper lamps untreated and unpainted. The patina process already starts with the montage and continues in the further production and distribution process. Hence, whenever the product is finally unpacked, the oxidation might have already been started. Enclosed to each and every lamp, there is a pair of white cotton gloves included to avoid leaving finger prints when installing the lamp." The shades of the table lamp are spun in the Louis Poulsens factory in Vejen. A procedure which is performed by Louis Poulsens' own craftsmen. Moreover, its a handcraft that only a few are proficient in. Even when the design already exists over 80 years, the lamp is both modern and classic and offers wide-ranging furniture solutions. The lamp is seen as a charming rustic, functional and modest lamp. The PH 3½-3 is part of the Danish design history in the area of illumination. Limited Special Edition
  • Louis Poulsen PH 4/3 Pendant
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    Louis Poulsen PH 4/3 Pendant
    Designer: Poul Henningsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height: 20 cm. Diameter: 40 cm. Finish: White, Wet Painted. Base Material: Spun Aluminium. Suspension Cable: 300 cm. Source: E27. Power: Max 100W. Bulb: Not Included. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen - Toldbod 120 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Toldbod 120 Pendant Lamp
    With the Toldbod 120 Louis Poulsen fulfils the lamps family with a product that has a completely new concept and thereby he conjured up a fresh breeze in every household. The unique colours concept from the Toldbod 120 is called “North Light” and is oriented by the effect full colour combination of Scandinavian landscape. Let yourself be inspired by rich summer blossoms yellow or the mystic blue of the sea in the morning sun and discover more wonderful nuances. With coloured supplies that underline the colours combination of nature with astonishing contrasts, the small pendant lamp will become a modern eye-catcher for every private home. In case of a desirably less noticeable solution, there are also white supplies available. As addition, Toldbod was equipped with a decorative package. The colour combinations in details: Cloudy White: The clouds offer this version the name. The turquoise surprise gives the special whistle to it. Grey Thunder: A dramatic, matt-rustic edition, where rape fields in a storm were the inspiration for the shape. As an aid, the lamp has napping, structured surface and is given a yellow supply. Misty Blue: This lamp gets its inspiration out of the dawn. Suitable to this, the supply was kept in a purple colour. The Toldbod 120 pendant lamp is also available in a “Black Berries” (black) edition.
  • Louis Poulsen PH 50 Pendant by Poul Henningsen
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    Louis Poulsen PH 50 Pendant by Poul Henningsen
    The PH 50 is a modern high gloss version of the PH 5, introduced on the 50th anniversary of the PH5 pendant light. Where the PH5 comes with a matt white suraface the PH 50 is wet-painted in a high-lustre colours. The PH 50 has a warm red antiglare disc to ensure a warm tone of light while all other inner-sides are white to make effective light. Intended to hang low over a table it gives a glare free light. Available in chilli red, coconut white, mint blue, olive black and wasabi green. Materials: Shade and anti glare disc in spun aluminium with rolled aluminium struts. Dimensions: D500mm x H285mm. Cable length 3 m. Light source: 1 x 23.30W TC-TSE/1x200W E27 bulb.
  • Louis Poulsen - Aeros Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Aeros Pendant Lamp
    Aeros instantly attracts attention: Ether, floating object that shines through its finely patterned surface and is shielded at the same time. Aeros acts mysterious and possesses a beauty that reminds of Byzantine art. The point of departure for the Aeros design was the organic structures of the bone tissue. The wave formed embossing of the reflector forms a Fibonacci-pattern, named after the Italian mathematician who lived in the beginning of the 13th century. He found mathematical formulas with which he could describe patterns of nature, for example those of the fir cone. Thereby Aeros is ultramodern and its high quality design makes the highest demands to technical manufacture. With its Sculptural beauty, its shielded illuminant and the pleasant light Aeros fulfils all demands of the illumination philosophy from Louis Poulsen. The reflector has been executed with a holes-pattern in the rounded space. The light is directly lead downwards; a small amount however, goes vertically through the holes pattern. That is how Aeros can be suspended relatively low on top of a table, but it can be hanged higher still without disturbing the light-spread. The lamp is suitable for private homes, but also for conference rooms, restaurants, bars and reception areas. Aeros is a product out of the cooperation of the legendary Danish lamps manufacturer Louis Poulsen with the Welshman Ross Lovegrove who doubtlessly counts to the most important product designers of our time. His approach to Aeros is described by Lovegrove as follows: ”In Aeros I tried to catch the thought that went into the design of the Artichoke [legendary Puolsen-Lamp out of the year 1958] 50 years ago and to transfer even that thought into our time with contemporaneous process technology.”
  • Louis Poulsen AJ Wall Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen AJ Wall Lamp
    Designer: Arne Jacobsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height: 18 cm. Width: 33.5 cm. Shade Width: 24.7 cm. Finish: Black, Graphite Grey, White, Red, Sand, Yellow/Green, Blue/Green or Petroleum. Base Material: Die Cast Zinc & Spun Steel. Source: E14. Power: Max 40W. Bulb: Not Included. Wiring: UK or EU. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Toldbod 155/220 Glass Pendant by Louis Poulsen
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    Toldbod 155/220 Glass Pendant by Louis Poulsen
    The Toldbod emits glare-free light directed primarily downwards. The white opal glass provides a comfortable and uniform illumination of the area around the fixture. Dimensions: / Light Source. Toldbod 155: D155mm x H160mm (total fitting height 260mm) 1x 40w (max) G9 halogen Toldbod 220: D220mm x H225mm (total fitting height 375mm) 1x 60w (max) G9 halogen Cable length 3 metres. Materials: Mouth blown white opal glass. Brushed stainless steel suspension. Grey has a textured matte surface.
  • Louis Poulsen PH 3/2 Pendant
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    Louis Poulsen PH 3/2 Pendant
    Designer: Poul Henningsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height: 24.2 cm. Diameter: 29 cm. Shade Finish: Mouth-Blown White Opal Glass. Finish: Black Chrome-Plated or High Lustre Chrome-Plated. Base Material: Brass. Source: E27. Power: Max 75W. Bulb: Not Included. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen - DooWop Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - DooWop Pendant Lamp
    The Doo Wop pendant lamp is a real classic since the 1950s. It has been developed in cooperation between Søværnets Bygningsdistrikt (building management of the Danish marine) and Louis Poulsen. The Doo Wop was used at Danish marine buildings for many years and the most different purposes, for example in the canteen and offices. The “marine pendant lamp”, as it is called, was widely spread because of its excellent light qualities and usability. It was only taken from the Louis Poulsen catalogue in the 1980s. More and more pieces re-entered the market over antiques shops and auctions in the past years. This is how the demand raised again with the demand of re-starting the serial production. The new version remains faithful to its antecedent. However, the colours have been actualized, in order to suit the trend of the time, whereby the manufacturing processes remained the same. The shades are turned by hand and finished with a slight arch at the end, offering volume to it. The brass edition meant a handicraft challenge, being rotated out of a massive brass sheet and polished in the end. Doo Wop is an unobtrusive and simple pendant lamp that can be used versatile by its middle size, making it possible to use its light for many different purposes. It is harmonic in its design and looks as well excellent hanging alone as in a group. Doo Wop makes living rooms moody, but also dining rooms, kitchens, home offices, children’s rooms, entrance halls, steps, bedrooms – well, it means fresh wind and good illumination in every home space. The Doo Wop has two reflectors – the interior cone-like, which ensures glare-free light downwards, and the exterior, which ensures a soft illumination upwards and also downwards. The shade is especially responsible for a pleasant and atmospheric mood near the pendant lamp. The Doo Wop is available in red, blue, green, white, dark grey as well as in a high gloss brass edition. All the editions are equipped with an E27 socket. The construction of the lamp enables the usage of different illuminants without undermining the light’s quality, whereby the manufacturer suggests not using illuminants with a colour index of less than 85, which would decrease the colour and the atmosphere in a room.
  • Louis Poulsen AJ Eklipta by Arne Jacobsen
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    Louis Poulsen AJ Eklipta by Arne Jacobsen
    AJ Eklipta provides soft and diffuse lighting which can be ceiling or wall mounted. The construction of the glass ensures an evenly lit surface. The three-layer mouth-blown glass shade has a clear edge, creating a halo of light around the perimeter. Materials: Ceiling / Wall box : Die cast aluminium or spun aluminium - white powder coated. Shade: Mouth-blown white opal glass. Dimensions: Shade: D220mm or D350mm. Light source: Diameter: 220: 1 x 40w QT ax-14 Frosted G9. Lamp not included.
  • Louis Poulsen 50 Years Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp - special colours
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    Louis Poulsen 50 Years Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp - special colours
    The AJ Table Lamp is a design of the Danish design icon Arne Jacobsen for the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, which was dedicatd in 1960. Arne Jacobsen did not only design the building, he also designed the whole interior design, like furniture, cutlery, textiles and lamps and created with that one of the first design hotels of the world. The Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp catches someone's eye with its unique, rotatable shade, whose shape disposes the light. The light foot with the characteristic opening hides elegance and weightlessness of design. So it is one of the modern classics of the design of the 20th century. The AJ-Table Lamp is based on the same principles like the AJ-Floor Lamp, for a better use as working lamp, the shade has been made bigger. The angle of the conical metal shade attached in a way that it equals the angle of the lamp holder. That's how it was originally thought, but in reality the angle has been adjusted as optical correction. When the lamp is tilted down, the frame of the lamp holder is horizontal. The inside of the shade is matt white. The shading is efficient, you can't see the illuminant. It is advised to use a small light bulb, because the light can be used best and the light rays can be clearly confined. Rumours say that the hole in the basis of the lamp is thought as a ashtray.
  • Louis Poulsen Doo Wop (The Navy) Pendant
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    Louis Poulsen Doo Wop (The Navy) Pendant
    Designer: Louis Poulsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Shade Height: 24.5 cm. Shade Diameter: 28.3 cm. Shade Finish: Coloured Spun Aluminium or Spun Brass. Suspension Cable Finish: Spun Aluminium. Suspension Cable: 300 cm. Source: E27. Power: Max 60W. Bulb: Not Included. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 5 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 5 Pendant Lamp
    The PH 5 pendant lamp is a member of the PH3-shade-product family. The PH3 shade system initially was a pendant-solution, but it fast developed to become other lamps, such as table, floor, wall lamps and a large variety of chandeliers. As a result of the different sizes, materials, surfaces and light sources, along the years more than thousand variants emerged. The PH 5 and its youngest siblings can be hanged deep over the table. They are composed of three white shades and one cone on three violet strives. Two smaller, coloured shades improve the spectral components of the, for the eye, hardly perceptible light. The red lacquered cone-interior, that also stayed the same at the PH 50 variants, is responsible for a warm light tone. Because of the design of the viewable reflectors it is ensured that the light shines vertically as well as horizontally. Through a sand-shone glass in the bottom of the shade, the light becomes diffused. Design that didn't lose any of its actuality during 50 years speaks for itself. The combination of his three-shade, with four-shade lamps makes the PH 5 even today one of the best examples for absolute glare-free illumination.
  • Louis Poulsen PH 4/3 Pendant by Poul Henningsen
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    Louis Poulsen PH 4/3 Pendant by Poul Henningsen
    The PH 4/3 design is based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades are made of metal and painted white to ensure uniform, comfortable light distribution. The light source compartment and anti-glare shield are painted orange to emit a warm tone of light. A great light for a dining area. Materials: Shades: spun aluminium, brushed and lacquered white. Dimensions: Diameter: 400mmHeight: 200mm.
  • Louis Poulsen PH 5 & PH 50 Pendant
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    Louis Poulsen PH 5 & PH 50 Pendant
    Designer: Poul Henningsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height : 28.5 cm. Diameter: 50 cm. PH 5 Finish: Matte White. PH 50 Finish: High Lustre Colours. Base Material: Spun Aluminium. Suspension Cable: 300 cm. Source: E27. Power: Max 200W. Bulb: Not Included. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen - Moser Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Moser Pendant Lamp
    Moser by Louis Poulsen is timeless and unobtrusive with its wonderfully simple appearance. The matt shade of the pendant lamps makes a diffuse light. Anu Moser is designer and name giver for the pendant lamp of Louis Poulsen. The trained potter gave a soft form to the lamp, which gets along without any edges or fractures. Soft and warm light beams come through the matt white opal glass, lighting Moser’s surface. The suspension of the pendant lamp is made of aluminium, which makes up a soft contrast to the very soft and harmonic colours and the shape of the Moser. The pendant lamp by the Danish manufacturer Louis Poulsen is also available in editions with 185 mm and 205 mm diameter.
  • Louis Poulsen PH 3/2 Wall Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen PH 3/2 Wall Lamp
    Designer: Poul Henningsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height: 23.5 cm. Width: 36.7 cm. Shade Diameter: 29 cm. Shade Finish: White Opal Glass. Finish: High Lustre Chrome-Plated. Base Material: Brass. Source: E14. Power: Max 40W. Bulb: Not Included. Wiring: UK or EU. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen PH 5 Pendant by Poul Henningsen
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    Louis Poulsen PH 5 Pendant by Poul Henningsen
    The PH 5 provides glare free lighting designed to hand low over a table. The design of the visible reflectors directs light both vertically and horizontally. The inside cone is painted red, and together with the small blue reflector, it creates a warm tone of light. Available in matt white. Materials: Shades in white spun aluminium with blue spun aluminium anti-glare disc and purple, rolled aluminium struts. Dimensions: D500 x H285 mm. Cable length 3 m. Light source: 1 x 23.30W TC-TSE/1x200W E27 bulb.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 50 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 50 Pendant Lamp
    One of the most popular lamps from Poul Hennigsen is the PH 5 pendant lamp. Because of the 50th birthday of the PH5, Louis Poulsen brought the lamp to the market in five new colours as PH 50, as birthday edition in the year 2008. She sets new accents without changing Henningsens light concept. The important change (besides the colour): With a matt surface of the PH 5, the PH 50 models are manufactured with high gloss colours. The PH 50 pendant lamp is a member of the PH3-shade-products family. The PH3-shades-system was a pendant lamp solution in its beginnings, but did fast develop to other lamp-sorts for tables, floors, walls and a wide number of chandeliers. The result of the different sizes, materials, surfaces and light sources, several thousands of models developed along the years. The HP 5 and her younger siblings can be suspended low over the table. They are composed by three white shades and a cone on three purple frame members. Two smaller, coloured shades improve the spectrum part of the light which is hardly perceptible. The red lacquered cone interior which also survived in the PH 50 edition, creates a warm light tone. The design of the viewable reflector ensures vertical as well as horizontal light. The light is diffuse by a sandblasted glass in the lower shade. Design which hasn't lost any of its contemporaneousness after 50 years of existence. The combination of its three-shades and four-shades lamps make Henningsens PH 5 and PH 50 to some of the best examples for absolute glare-free illumination today.
  • Louis Poulsen AJ Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen AJ Table Lamp
    Designer: Arne Jacobsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height: 56 cm. Shade Width: 35 cm. Base Width: 22 cm. Finish: Black, Graphite Grey, White, Red, Sand, Yellow/Green, Blue/Green or Petroleum. Base Material: Spun Steel & Die Cast Zinc. Source: E27. Power: Max 60W. Bulb: Not Included. Wiring: UK or EU. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen AJ Floor by Arne Jacobsen
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    Louis Poulsen AJ Floor by Arne Jacobsen
    Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960. The AJ Floor is a design classic - iconic for its simple yet elegant design. The head has a distinct, asymmetrical shape, which determines the light characteristics of the fixture. It emits downward directed light. The angle of the shade and rotation can be adjusted to optimize light distribution. The shade is painted white on the inside to ensure a soft comfortable light. Switch on lamp stand. In connection with the 50th anniversary of the launch of the AJ lighting family, five new colour variants were introduced. Blue/green, petroleum, red, sand, yellow/green, black, graphite grey or white. Light source: 1 x 60W E27 bulb. Cable length: 2.6m. Light control on/off switch on cord. Material Shade spun steel, base die cast zinc with a steel stem. Dimensions: Table base L275mm. Shade Length 325mm Total height 1300mm.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 3/2 Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 3/2 Table Lamp
    ”The really innovative thing at the PH lamp is that it offers light that is glare-free and economical at the same time. It is easy enough to create glare-free light (indirect and strongly shielded light), if you can waste a part of the light, and it is equally easy to design a lamp that is highly efficient if you ignore the fact that it is really disturbind for the eyes (strong reflection, and so on), but it is an artistic work to create light that it glare-free and economical at the same time.” Poul Henningsen. The PH 3/2 Table Lamp is a member of the PH3-Shade-Product family. The series from Poul Henningsen was constructed in hectic months in the winter 1923-26 for an exposition hall in Copenhagen, named “Forum”. The PH 3 shade-system was initially a pendant lamp solution, but it fast became the initiator of other lamp sorts for tables, floors, walls and a great amount of chandeliers. As a result out of the different sizes, materials, surfaces and light sources, along the years more than thousand variants were developed. Today the series is a Scandinavian classic of the world. And also the PH 3/2 table lamp, that spends a pleasant light, emerged like that. It is reflected by several shades, glare-free into the room, the reflections are divided by a logarithmical spiral that is placed in the burning focus of the illuminant. The shade sizes correspond to the 3:2:1 ratio – every shade makes the light amount smaller.
  • Louis Poulsen AJ Floor Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen AJ Floor Lamp
    Designer: Arne Jacobsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height: 130 cm. Shade Width: 32.5 cm. Base Width: 27.5 cm. Finish: Black, Graphite Grey, White, Red, Sand, Yellow/Green, Blue/Green or Petroleum. Base Material: Spun Steel & Die Cast Zinc. Source: E27. Power: Max 60W. Bulb: Not Included. Wiring: UK or EU. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen - LC Shutters Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - LC Shutters Pendant Lamp
    ”I tried to emphasize the balance between dimming and spreading light in a room. Shade and spreader are one. A theme, which becomes clearer in its function: Protecting against glare, mood-creating, but simultaneously spreading enough light. Despite of the hard and massice material, the impress is soft and freidnly.” Louise Campbell. The name LC Shitters associates already the atmospheric light-impress that one feels by having a walk in the evening in a south-European city. The windowsills are closed or rather slightly tilted many light-beams come out and create a decorative façade: Something more private, intimate, instead of the really opened windows in north-Europe. The lamp mainly spreads direct light. The perforated ornaments on the shade create a soft brightness. At the same time the surface and the contours of the lamp are decoratively brightened. For a 100% glare-free light, the illuminant is filtered by an opal diffuser, ensuring a soft and comfortable light-division. This soft light creates a pleasant atmosphere in the shade and ensures a soft and gentle light-effect at the outside of the shade so that the form of the product might be illuminated and marked when it is switched on. LC Shutters is a special harmonic lamp. It is available in two editions – one white and one colourful, in which a pattern in different colours makes up a completely different impression, switched on as well as off. Usage area. The LC Shutters is a lamp that can be used at numerous places. On the first sight, many people would suspend it over the dining table. This seems logical, but the lamp of course also perfectly suits other surroundings. Louis Poulsen tested the lamp in different rooms before it was presented. The LC Shutters developed the exceptional ability of offering decorative and all-surrounding softness to its surrounding. The LC Shutters spreads sincere light. A diffuse and soft light, that illuminates faces without unnecessary shadows- That is why it is also very suitable for conference rooms, creating the best conditions for communication. More details: Glare-free light. Symmetric light-spread. Fragmented light. Usable for several kinds of bulbs. Diffuser sphere ensures additional light comfort. Variable assembly heights. Available in a white edition and in an edition with coloured elements.
  • Louis Poulsen 50 Years Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp - special colours
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    Louis Poulsen 50 Years Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp - special colours
    The AJ Table Lamp is a design of the Danish design icon Arne Jacobsen for the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, which was dedicatd in 1960. Arne Jacobsen did not only design the building, he also designed the whole interior design, like furniture, cutlery, textiles and lamps and created with that one of the first design hotels of the world. The Arne Jacobsen Table Lamp catches someone's eye with its unique, rotatable shade, whose shape disposes the light. The light foot with the characteristic opening hides elegance and weightlessness of design. So it is one of the modern classics of the design of the 20th century. The AJ-Table Lamp is based on the same principles like the AJ-Floor Lamp, for a better use as working lamp, the shade has been made bigger. The angle of the conical metal shade attached in a way that it equals the angle of the lamp holder. That's how it was originally thought, but in reality the angle has been adjusted as optical correction. When the lamp is tilted down, the frame of the lamp holder is horizontal. The inside of the shade is matt white. The shading is efficient, you can't see the illuminant. It is advised to use a small light bulb, because the light can be used best and the light rays can be clearly confined. Rumours say that the hole in the basis of the lamp is thought as a ashtray.
  • Louis Poulsen PH 3/2 Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen PH 3/2 Table Lamp
    Designer: Poul Henningsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height: 47.2 cm. Shade Diameter: 29 cm. Base Diameter: 15.5 cm. Shade Finish: Mouth-Blown White Opal Glass. Finish: Black Chrome-Plated or High Lustre Chrome-Plated. Base Material: Brass. Source: E14. Power: Max 40W. Bulb: Not Included. Wiring: UK or EU. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen - AJ Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - AJ Table Lamp
    The AJ Table Lamp is a design by the Danish design icon Arne Jacobsen for the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, which was inaugurated in 1960. Arne Jacobsen did not only design the building, he also designed interior design accessories such as other furniture, cutlery, textiles and lamps and created therewith the first design hotel of the world. The AJ Table Lamp catches someones eye through its unique, rotatable shade whose asymmetric shape disperes the light. The lamp foot with the characteristic opening adds elegance and weightlessness of the design. So it can be counted to one of the modern classics of the designs of the 20th century. The AJ-Table Lamp is based on the same principles as the AJ-Floor Lamp, for a better use as working lamp, the shade has been enlarged. The angle of the conical metal shade is attached in a way that it equals the angle of the lamp holder. That's how it was originally thought, but in reality the angle has been adapted as optical adjustment. When the lamp is tilted down, the frame of the lamp holder is horizontal. The inside of the shade is matt white. The shading is efficient, you cannot see the illuminant. It is advised to use a small light bulb, because the light can be used best and the light rays can be clearly confined. Rumours say that the hole in the base of the lamp is thought as a ashtray. The AJ Table Lamp is also available in graphite grey.
  • Louis Poulsen - AJ Floor Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - AJ Floor Lamp
    The AJ Floor Lamp is a design of the Danish design-icon Arne Jacobsen for the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, which was inaugurated in 1960. Arne Jacobsen didn't only design the building, he also designed the whole interior design, like other furniture, cutlery, textiles and lamps and with that he created one of the first design hotels of the world. The AJ Floor Lamp catches someone's eye through its unique, rotatable shade, whose asymmetric shape disperses the light. The lamp foot with the characteristic opening adds the elegance and weightlessness of the design. So it can be counted to one of the modern classics of the design of the 20th century. The angle of the conical metal shade attached in a way that it equals the angle of the lamp holder. That's how it was originally thought, but in reality the angle has been adjusted as optical correction. When the lamp is tilted down, the frame of the lamp holder is horizontal. The inside of the shade is matt white. The shading is efficient, you cannot see the illuminant. Some say the hole in the basis of the lamp was originally thought to be used for an ashtray. The AJ Floor Lamp is also available in graphite grey.
  • Louis Poulsen PH Snowball
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    Louis Poulsen PH Snowball
    Designer: Poul Henningsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Height: 39 cm. Diameter: 40 cm. Finish: White. Shade Material: Spun Aluminium. Base Material: High Lustre Chrome Plated, Die Cast Aluminium. Flex: 300 cm. Source: E27. Power: Max 300W. Bulb: Not Included. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp
    The PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp is a member of the PH3-shade product family. The PH3-shade system was initially a pendant lamp solution but fast became an example for other lamp arts for tables, floors, walls and a large amount of chandeliers. As a result of the different sizes, materials, surfaces and light sources, more than thousand variants were developed along the years. A classic amongst the variants is the PH 2/1 pendant lamp. It is based on the principle of a reflecting multi-shade system with glare-free illumination. The shade form leans on a logarithmic spiral, whose focus is a light source. This is how the 2/1 creates soft light. The PHL lamps were designed as rational light systems, where the size of the shade, its material and the surface are combined depending on the duty field. All upper shades have an according number of middle and lower shades so that the proportions between the shades stay in an approximate relation of 3:2:1. Each shade reduces the light amount. One of the original ground models was a PH 5/5. The first number shows the approx. Diameter of the shade, the second one, behind the slash, refers to the “curving” of the middle or lower shades for the upper one. This means that the 5/5 has an upper shade of 50, a middle shade of 31 and a lower shade of 15.5 centimetres diameter. This combination was good for lamps that were estimated to be hanged at high ceilings. But if it comes to a lower ceiling, a combination of large upper and smaller middle and lower shades would be useful. This is how the PH 2/1 emerged.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 3/2 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 3/2 Pendant Lamp
    The PH 3/2 Pendant Lamp is a member of the PH3-shade product family. The PH3-shade system was initially a pendant lamp solution but fast became an example for other lamp arts for tables, floors, walls and a large amount of chandeliers. As a result of the different sizes, materials, surfaces and light sources, more than thousand variants were developed along the years. A classic amongst the variants is the PH 3/2 pendant lamp. It is based on the principle of a reflecting multi-shade system with glare-free illumination. The shade form leans on a logarithmic spiral, whose focus is a light source. This is how the 3/2 creates soft light. The PHL lamps were designed as rational light systems, where the size of the shade, its material and the surface are combined depending on the duty field. All upper shades have an according number of middle and lower shades so that the proportions between the shades stay in an approximate relation of 3:2:1. Each shade reduces the light amount. One of the original ground models was a PH 5/5. The first number shows the approx. Diameter of the shade, the second one, behind the slash, refers to the “curving” of the middle or lower shades for the upper one. This means that the 5/5 has an upper shade of 50, a middle shade of 31 and a lower shade of 15.5 centimetres diameter. This combination was good for lamps that were estimated to be hanged at high ceilings. But if it comes to a lower ceiling, a combination of large upper and smaller middle and lower shades would be useful. This is how the PH 3/2 emerged.
  • Louis Poulsen - AJ Royal Wall Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - AJ Royal Wall Lamp
    The AJ Wall Lamp is a design of the Danish design icon Arne Jacobsen for the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen that was inaugurated in the year 1960. Arne Jacobsen did not only create the building, he also designed the whole interior furnishing including cutlery, fabrics and lamps among other pieces of furniture, he created one of the first design hotels of the world. The AJ Wall Lamp is based on the same principles like the AJ floor lamp. For a better use as working lamp the shade has been enlarged. The standard lamp consists of a lamp holder in an enamelled brass rod. There is a tilting mechanism in the tube. The angles of the conical metal shade are made according to the lamp holder angle, it was thought like that, and however, really the angles have been adapted a little as a visual correction. When the lamp has tilted downwards, the border of the holder stays horizontally. The interior of the shade is matt white enamelled. The bulb shielding is efficient; one can’t see the light source. If a clear bulb is inserted, the light is exploited the best and the light beams are separated. The AJ Royal Wall Lamp attracts attraction through its exceptional swinging and turning shade whose asymmetric form does accordingly spread the light. AJ Royal – a modern classic. The press switch is on the wall box.
  • Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke Pendant
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    Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke Pendant
    Designer: Poul Henningsen. Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen. Regular PH Aritichoke: H49.7cm / Ø48cm. Large PH Artichoke: H58cm / Ø60cm. Finish: Brushed & Coated Copper, Brushed & Coated Stainless Steel or White Wet Painted. Leaf Material: Punched Copper, Laser Cut Stainless Steel or Punched Steel. Suspension Material: High Lustre Chrome-Plated, Spun Aluminium. Base Material: High Lustre Chrome-Plated, Laser Cut Steel. Flex: 400cm. Power: Max 1x200W E27, Max 1x500W A110 Clear E40 or Max 1x230W Halolux Clear E27. Weight: 22.5kg. Bulb: Not Included. Origin: Made In Denmark.
  • Louis Poulsen - Panthella Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Panthella Table Lamp
    The Panthella table lamp was designed by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen in the year 1971. It is one of the most popular designs from Louis Poulsen and at the same time it is characterized by its harmonic, quite form. Panthella creates soft and pleasant light. The base idea behind Panthella was to create a lamp with a base that serves as reflector, just as its shade. Panthella spends direct and indirect light. The direct light shines downwards whole the indirect light comes through the matt white lampshade. The organic design of the Panthella table lamp is laid at the form of a mushroom. At its top, the lamp possesses a chromed sphere. Besides its visual function, the sphere serves to remove the top panel of the lamp that has to be moved if the bulb needs to be changed. In the base of the table lamp furthermore the cable that is not in use can be stored. The light source of the lamp is placed under a milk-white, half-sphere formed acrylic shade. Together with the trumpet-formed base, it participates at the wonderful light-spread procedure and the harmonic form.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH 2/1 Table Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - PH 2/1 Table Lamp
    The Table Lamp PH 2/1 is part of the 2/1- family by Louis Poulsen, already including a chandelier, a pendant lamp as well as a wall lamp. The design of the lamp was coined by Poul Henningsen whose initials make the name of the lamp. This small table lamp PH 2/1 was designed out of the principle of a reflecting three-shade system that leads most of the light downwards. The three shades are manufactured by Louis Poulsen out of mouth blown opal three-layer glass. The shades are glossy inside and sandblasted outside, enabling a soft and diffuse light spread. Because of the small size, the PH 2/1 table lamp offers exceptional placing possibilities in rooms where small light points must be created to make a pleasant atmosphere and to emphasize the dimensions of every room it stands in. Louis Poulsen equipped the PH 2/1 table lamp with a bright halogen illuminant with a G9 socket. Foot, disk and tube consist of high-gloss-chromed brass and elegantly round up the white opal glass of the lamp shade. The cable is made out of black plastic and possesses a cable switch.
  • Louis Poulsen - AJ Royal Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - AJ Royal Pendant Lamp
    The AJ Royal – an impressing classic. As the name already reveals, the AJ Royal Pendant Lamp is a design by the Danish design expert Arne Jacobsen for the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel that was inaugurated in 1960. Arne Jacobsen did not only plan the building, he also designed the whole interior furnishing, among others including furniture, cutlery, textiles and lamps creating the first design Hotel of the world. Today these products are part of the classics of modern times. As many of those products (such as the “Egg” and “Swan”), also the pendant lamps became legendary Scandinavian design classics. The AJ Royal Pendant Lamp concentrates the light to where it is needed without disturbing dazzling. The half-sphere shape lamp’s housing whose functional form is emphasized by the graded lamellae at the upper end, where a soft, upwards lead light shines, consists of aluminium. Its surface shines white and wet-lacquered. The rings of the Arne Jacobsen designed and Louis Poulsen produced AJ Royal Pendant Lamp are made out of steel.
  • Louis Poulsen - Panthella floor lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Panthella floor lamp
    The Panthella floor lamp was designed by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen in the year 1971. It is one of the most famous Panton designs and characterized by its harmonic, peaceful form. The half-circle formed screen ensures a soft, pleasant light. The basic principle from Panthella was to create a lamp with a base that serves as a reflector as well as screen. Panthella offers direct and indirect light. The direct light shines downwards and the indirect light through the white screen. The organic design of the Panthella floor lamp leans on the form of a mushroom. The lamp possesses a chromed sphere on its top. Besides its apparent function, the sphere also serves to raise the top of the lamp, so as to change the bulb if necessary. Furthermore unused cable can be stored in the base of the table lamp. The light source is hosted under a milk-white, hemisphere formed acrylic screen. Together with the trumpet formed base it contributes to the distribution of the wonderful light and the whole harmonic form. Verner Pantons Panthella lamp is also available as a table lamp.
  • Louis Poulsen - Campbell 275 Pendant Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Campbell 275 Pendant Lamp
    The Campbell 275 Pendant Lamp is the result of the first cooperation from Louise Campbell and Louis Poulsen. Campbell 275 combines a classic form with a modern twist: The pendant lamp possesses a double shade that collects the light in between both of them. The lamp is made out of glass and has stripes that were made with sandblast. It is perfectly adapted for a low hanging on top of tables or in seating corners because its pleasant design and light, however, because of its simplicity it can also be used in conference rooms, private rooms or similar. Louise Campbell was inspired by natural environments for almost all her lamp designs: Humans use the sun as light source but they hardly ever glance directly into it. The light runs through many different layers before people use it. As well as the Campbell 275, the light is not spread directly, but much more formed through both single shades furthermore reaching a special effect through the external stripes that help to create diffuse light.
  • Louis Poulsen - Enigma 545 Pendant lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Enigma 545 Pendant lamp
    The Enigma 545 pendant lamp was designed by the Japanese designer Shoichi Uchiyama for the company Louis Poulsen. The Enigma 545 spends a soft, anti-glare light from uncompromising quality. The five screens are equally lightened and seem to float in the room. Despite its minimal design the lamp Enigma 545 is characterized by a refined light-technique and a pleasant room illumination. Enigma 545 spreads indirect light that is reflected by its screens on one side, and direct light that is soft and diffusedly led to the room through its screens, on the other side. A thin steel rope holds the matt lacquered acrylic screens that expose the characteristic form of the lamp. The exceptional surface treatment from the acrylic material was required to reach the desired light quality. The lower part of the screens is blank. The light source is hosted inside of the cone and invisible from every angle. Shoichi Uchiyama was inspired by Japanese lamps for the Enigma 545. The pendant lamp shares the glare-free, pleasant light philosophy with all the other Louis Poulsen lamps. The Enigma 545 is the smaller version from the Enigma 825. Originally it was destined to private living rooms but it can also be used in professional surroundings without any problems because of its pleasant light spending.
  • Louis Poulsen - PH Artichoke, pendant
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    Louis Poulsen - PH Artichoke, pendant
    The PH Artichoke is a classical masterpiece that was created by Poul Henningsen in the year 1958. Poul Henningsen is deemed to be a leading personality of artistic life in the time between two world wars. Already in his lifetime, his designs were produced by Louis Poulsen, this hasn’t changed until today. Nearly equally popular and doubtlessly also stylish like the most famous work from Henningsen, the PH pendant lamp, does the Artichoke show itself with its structure made out of twelve steel arches. On top of it are 72 copper leaves in twelve circular lines, placed with six leaves each one. As every line is moved to the following, all 72 leaves can “cover each other” creating an all-round-anti-glare lamp whose light source is hidden; no matter from which angle it is seen. The light is lead to the following leaves and reflected, creating then a distinctive, unique illumination. The first Artichokes were developed for a restaurant in Copenhagen named Langelinie Pavilion – and this is where they do still hang. The PH Artichoke pendant lamp is also available in a “Copper” variant.
  • Louis Poulsen - Snow Floor Lamp
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    Louis Poulsen - Snow Floor Lamp
    Snow brings the light of the winter into the homely four walls. The designer Louise Campbell wants to bring the beauty of nature home with her lamps, and so she was inspired by the Danish winter for Snow. The image which she kept in mind was a snow-covered landscape that reflected the falling light. Campbell’s lamps create atmospheres and so also Snow leads the typical winter light in every house. Snow consists of two cones. The large cone forms the base and stands directly on top of the floor. The second cone forms the head of the sculpture. The cones are balanced with a counterweight. The Snow Floor Lamp from the manufacturer Louis Poulsen is made out of acrylic and printed with white spots in three different sizes. This reminds of falling snow and enables a winter-like atmosphere when Snow’s light shines through the pattern. Because of the material, Snow spreads its light in every direction. At places where less snow-balls are placed, the lamp is nearly invisible.
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