Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke Lamp
Design by Poul Henningsen, 1958.
By Louis Poulsen.
Considered a classical masterpiece, PH Artichoke is a 360-degree glare-free luminaire which gives distinct, unique illumination. Created by 72 leaves in 12 circular rows that shield the light source, and redirect and reflect the light onto the underlying leaves. The original PH Artichokes were designed for a restaurant in Copenhagen called the Langelinie Pavilion, where they still hang today.
Available in copper, stainless steel (brushed and lacquered) or white (wet-painted). Leaves of die-cut copper, laser-cut stainless steel or die-cut steel. Top shade is white, spun steel. Frame is high-luster chrome-plated laser-cut steel. Suspension is high-luster chrome-plated spun aluminum. 12 foot suspension by 3 fine stainless steel aircraft cables. White ceiling canopy which mounts to 4" octagonal junction box. 12 foot long 3-conductor, 18 AWG PVC covered power cord (Black for copper version or white for Stainless steel and White versions).
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