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PH Artichoke Copper Rose pendant lamp

By Louis Poulsen


  • Description

    Originally designed for the ‘Langelinie Pavillonen’ restaurant in Copenhagen, where it still hangs today, the sculptural PH Artichoke quickly drew attention with its unique, organic form and its ability to instantly lend a space elegance and ambience. Keeping the source of light hidden within its layers of 72 leaves, the pendant creates soft, glare-free illumination. The original combination of the leaves’ satin polished copper and the discrete rose colour gives the familiar shape
    a warm, softer and even more sophisticated expression.

    Celebration edition
    The PH Artichoke Copper/rose edition is available exclusively in 2019.It will be engraved with an anniversary engraving on a leaf on the third row from the top.

    For the energy saving LED variant the quality of light and atmosphere surrounding the product is kept at the highest level.

  • Technical Info

    Ø 48 x H:49.7cm
    Ø 60 x H:58cm

    Finish: Copper, satin polished and clear lacquered on the outside and rose-painted underneath.

    Leaves: Punched copper.
    Top shade: White, spun steel.
    Frame: High lustre chrome plated, laser cut steel.
    Suspension: High lustre chrome plated, spun aluminium.
    Mounting: Suspension type: E27 and Halolux: White textile cable 3 x 0,75mm² & wire.
    Canopy: Yes. Cable length: 4m.

    LED: Cable 2 x 0.75 mm2 and wire. Canopy or external driver box contains driver. Cable length: 4m. Maximum distance between external driver box and fixture: 20m. Weight: Min: 8.3 kg, Max: 27.5 kg

    Classes: Ingress protection IP20. Electric shock protection I w/ ground.

    Light source:
    Ø 48 - MAX 1 x 100W E27
    Ø 60 - MAX 1 x 100W E27

  • Designer
    Poul Henningsen

    The Danish left-wing writer, architect and designer Poul Henningsen (1894-1967) saw electric light as a way of enlightening the people by improving the home and work environment. After comprehensive studies into glare-free multi shade lamps, the electric appliances manufacturer Louis Poulsen enabled him to create the first PH lamp in 1926. The PH lamp was an instant success, sold and used all over the world including the Bauhaus Dessau building.

    After the outbreak of WW2 sales fell and by October 1943 Henningsen left German occupied Denmark for Stockholm together with Arne Jacobsen. On his return to Denmark in 1945 Henningsen continued to develop the multi shade lamp system and created many of his most beautiful designs, many still in production, including the highly popular PH5 from 1958. Henningsen left over 100 sketches of lamp designs behind after his death, some which have later been put into production by Louis Poulsen.

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  • Delivery

    3-4 weeks
    Made to order item

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