The PH 5 pendant lamp is a member of the PH3-shade-product family. The PH3 shade system initially was a pendant-solution, but it fast developed to become other lamps, such as table, floor, wall lamps and a large variety of chandeliers. As a result of the different sizes, materials, surfaces and light sources, along the years more than thousand variants emerged.
The PH 5 and its youngest siblings can be hanged deep over the table. They are composed of three white shades and one cone on three violet strives. Two smaller, coloured shades improve the spectral components of the, for the eye, hardly perceptible light. The red lacquered cone-interior, that also stayed the same at the PH 50 variants, is responsible for a warm light tone. Because of the design of the viewable reflectors it is ensured that the light shines vertically as well as horizontally. Through a sand-shone glass in the bottom of the shade, the light becomes diffused.
Design that didn't lose any of its actuality during 50 years speaks for itself. The combination of his three-shade, with four-shade lamps makes the PH 5 even today one of the best examples for absolute glare-free illumination.Also in our blog:
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