- Volume m3:0.1300
- Width : 48 cm
- Height : 44 cm
- Depth : 48 cm
- Designers:Poul Henningsen
- Light bulb:E27. Light bulb not included
- Replica of the Poul Henningsen Artichoke Lamp
- Timeless design from 1958
- Designed for Langelinie Pavillonen in Copenhagen
- Available in three different colours
- 30 days free returns
The sculptural design of the Poul Henningsen Artichoke pendant lamp has been lovingly replicated with meticulous attention to detail. Each of the 72 aluminium leaves are individually cut, prepared, and mounted to ensure a perfect fit and flawless finish for every lamp. The positioning of the leaves diffuses light to prevent glare and create an atmospheric illumination. The lamp comes in a natural aluminium finish. It is available in four different sizes. Choose from the following different diameters: 45cm, 56cm, 72cm or 100cm, depending on the size of room in which you wish to hang the Poul Henningsen Artichoke Pendant Lamp.
THE STORY BEHIND THE POUL HENNINGSEN ARTICHOKE PENDANT LAMP
Poul Henningsen designed the Artichoke pendant lamp in 1958 for the restaurant Langelinie Pavillonen in Copenhagen. It still hangs there today. The Poul Henningsen Artichoke Pendant Lamp has since received worldwide fame and is viewed internationally as an iconic design in lighting.
Ideas for your Poul Henningsen Artichoke Pendant Lamp
Our Poul Henningsen inspired Artichoke pendant lamp makes a stylish impression. The four different diameters lets you choose the right size for your room, while the variety of colours means you can easily match the existing décor. One single Artichoke works well in smaller rooms, while a circle or line of Artichokes looks stunning in larger spaces. Be inspired by these beautiful photos of the Artichoke through the ages.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Often said to be the first lighting architect, Danish designer, Poul Henningsen devoted much of his life to exploring the importance of light for well-being. Believing people should not be subject to the direct glare of an electrical light source, he focused on creating lamps that produced glare-free illumination. His self-titled PH series was his most famous collection and included the PH 3/2 Table Lamp, the PH Artichoke, the PH5 and PH 3½ - 2½ Floor Lamp.
"The technician should never forget that he is an artist, the artist never that he is a technician."