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Pendant luminaire in spigot shape

The PH Artichoke is a classic masterpiece created by Poul Henningsen in 1958. Henningsen is regarded as one of the leading personalities of artistic life in the period between the two world wars. Already during his lifetime his designs were produced by Louis Poulsen what has not changed until today.

Almost as popular and without a doubt just as stylistically confident as Henningsen's most famous work, the PH pendant luminaire, the Artichoke with its structure of twelve steel arches. On it 72 leaves are placed in twelve circular rows of six leaves each, which in combination remind one of the shape of a cone.

Since each row is shifted to the previous one, all 72 leaves can "cover each other", thus creating an all-round glare-free lamp whose light source remains obscured from any perspective. The light is transmitted and reflected onto the leaves below, creating a distinctive, unique illumination. The first artichokes were developed for a restaurant in Copenhagen called Langelinie Pavilion - and that is where they still hang today.



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Item no.112409
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Safety classII
Protection classIP 20
Illuminant includedNo
DetailsSuspension: supply cable 3 x 0,75mm² and steel cable
Materialstainless steel matt / coated, aluminium high gloss chrome-plated
DimensionsHeight: 58 cm, Diameter: 60 cm
Weight12.7 kg (without packaging)
Canopy includedYes
Cable length400 cm
Maximum power230 Watt
DesignPoul Henningsen
Please noteInformation on disposal
CategoryPendant luminaires

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