PH Artichoke Pendant Lamp

Designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen

PH Artichoke Pendant Lamp

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In 1958, Poul Henningsen designed the PH Artichoke Pendant Lamp for the Langelinie Pavilion, a modernist Copenhagen restaurant, in which the PH Artichoke continues to enchant guests to this day. The sculptural design and exceptional light it provides has afforded the pendant it's status as an international design icon.

Assembled by hand, the pendant illuminates any space with a 100% glare-free light due to the 72 leaves, which form 12 precisely positioned rows that hold six leaves each. The fixture ensures the light is distributed inwards as well as outwards, thereby emitting a beautiful and comfortable light.
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  • Bulb Type: A23 E27
  • Max Wattage: 100 W
  • Number of Bulbs: 1
  • Bulb(s): not included
  • Suspension Type: Cable 3 x 0.75 mm² and wire
  • Canopy: Yes
  • Cord Length: 4 m
  • Cord Type: Black plastic cord
  • Overall Dimensions: 19" x 19" x 18"


The highly influential Danish designer, architect, writer, and cultural critic, Poul Henningsen (1894-1967), has had a huge impact on Danish thinking and design. He started practicing traditional functionalist architecture, but over the years his professional interests shifted to primarily focus on lighting, for which he is most famous. His legacy as the original master of light is an integrated part of Louis Poulsen’s heritage of creating exceptional light.


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