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Poul Henningsen, Large "Artichoke" Pendant for Louis Poulsen, 1958, Converso

Poul Henningsen, Large "Artichoke" Pendant for Louis Poulsen, 1958, Converso

Poul Henningsen in his living room

Peeling the Layers of Poul Henningsen’s Timeless Artichoke

Poul Henningsen in his living room

Artichoke Lamp by Paul Henningsen, Scandanavian Designer

The Story Of Scandinavian Design: Combining Function and Aesthetics

Artichoke Lamp by Paul Henningsen, Scandanavian Designer

Poul Henningsen (right) with his step daughter and her husband, Verner Panton. Panton considered Henningsen his greatest design mentor

Peeling the Layers of Poul Henningsen’s Timeless Artichoke

Poul Henningsen (right) with his step daughter and her husband, Verner Panton. Panton considered Henningsen his greatest design mentor

1960s Louis Poulson advertisement featuring popular Poul Henningsen designs - Check out the story behind Poul Henningsen's emblematic Artichoke Lamp - Pamono

1960s Louis Poulson advertisement featuring popular Poul Henningsen designs - Check out the story behind Poul Henningsen's emblematic Artichoke Lamp - Pamono

Designed by Poul Henningsen in the early 1920s, the PH Snowball...

Designed by Poul Henningsen in the early 1920s, the PH Snowball...

Dining room

Home Tour: The Ultimate Natural Beauty

Dining room

$2400 POUL HENNINGSEN Plate lamp Louis Poulsen Denmark, 1958 copper, enameled copper 17 dia x 8 h inches The Plate lamp was originally designed for the Langelinie Pavilion, Copenhagen in 1958. literature Light Years Ahead: The Story of the PH Lamp Louis Poulsen, Jorstian and Nielsen, ppg. 279-280 condition All original. There is significant loss to interior enamel surface and some uneven patination to copper exterior.

$2400 POUL HENNINGSEN Plate lamp Louis Poulsen Denmark, 1958 copper, enameled copper 17 dia x 8 h inches The Plate lamp was originally designed for the Langelinie Pavilion, Copenhagen in 1958. literature Light Years Ahead: The Story of the PH Lamp Louis Poulsen, Jorstian and Nielsen, ppg. 279-280 condition All original. There is significant loss to interior enamel surface and some uneven patination to copper exterior.

Do you know this man? :)  Now you do, it's Poul Henningsen!  His most valuable contribution to design was within lamp design. He invented the so-called PH-lamp in 1925, which in various incarnations used the breakings of light. It was manufactured by Louis Poulsen. His best-known models are the PH Artichoke and PH 5.  http://www.louispoulsen.com

Do you know this man? :) Now you do, it's Poul Henningsen! His most valuable contribution to design was within lamp design. He invented the so-called PH-lamp in 1925, which in various incarnations used the breakings of light. It was manufactured by Louis Poulsen. His best-known models are the PH Artichoke and PH 5. http://www.louispoulsen.com

Henningsen created the first Artichokes on commission for the Langelinie Pavilion in Copenhagen, 1958

Peeling the Layers of Poul Henningsen’s Timeless Artichoke

Henningsen created the first Artichokes on commission for the Langelinie Pavilion in Copenhagen, 1958

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