Danish vintage pendant lamp Ph 5 by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, 1958

Poland
€470.00
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About this vintage design furniture

The PH 5 lamp is an icon of Danish design that has gained immense popularity all over the world. The PH 5 was designed by the eminent designer and architect Poul Henningsen in 1958 and has been produced by Louis Poulsen until today. The form of the lamp was designed based on the principle of a reflective system that directs the light not only downwards, but also to the sides, illuminating the lamp itself. Thanks to its structure, PH 5 provides diffused and glare-free light in a warm tone. The lamp is in very good condition for its age, with a visible patina on the underside and a slight scratching on the top. Dimensions: diameter: 50cm height: 26.7 cm The lamp has been thoroughly cleaned, a new, braided cable has been attached to it. Additionally, a canopy is attached to the lamp. Please note that the items we sell are used items, often 40-50 years old, and therefore have traces of use that cannot always be captured in the photos. Reference : 245041

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Features

Length
50 cm
Height
27 cm
Depth
50 cm
Designer
Poul Henningsen
Condition
Good
Style
Scandinavian
Period
1970s
Origin
Denmark
Colour
White
Secondary colour
Blue
Main material
Aluminum
Electricity
Working
Socket type
EU plug

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About the designer

Poul Henningsen

1894 - 1967
Poul Henningsen is one of the most famous Danish designers from the 20th Century. He is also known to be a writer, an art critic, a producer and an architect.
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