PH Artichoke Pendant

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PH Artichoke was designed in 1958 by Poul Henningsen for the Langelinie Pavillonen restaurant in Copenhagen, where it still hangs today. PH Artichoke has a world-famous unique sculptural aesthetic, and is viewed internationally as an iconic design. The fixture displays 72 leaves, positioned in 12 rows of 6 leaves each to provide entirely glare-free light from any angle. To ensure a high level of quality, much of the production process is still carried out by hand.

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The Artichoke Pendant leaves are made from die cut copper, steel or laser cut stainless steel. The top shade is white spun steel with a frame and suspension in high-luster, chrome-plated aluminum. Certified cULus. Bulb is not included.

18.9" Pendant: 18.9" Dia x 18.4" H; CL Medium Bulb*, 1 x 200 Watts
23.6" Pendant: 23.6" Dia x 22.8" H; CL Mogul Bulb*, 1 x 500 Watts
28.3" Pendant: 28.3" Dia x 25.6" H; CL Mogul Bulb*, 1 x 500 Watts
33.1" Pendant: 33.1" Dia x 28.3" H; CL Mogul Bulb*, 1 x 500 Watts

*Bulb is not included.

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In the 1920s Louis Poulsen collaborated with renown and respected lighting designer Poul Henningsen to create a lighting philosophy based on function, comfort and ambience.

The essence of Louis Poulsen is to create human-friendly lighting—comfortable lighting that makes people beautiful and creates an excellent atmosphere. The philosophy continues to this day to clearly influence the minimal and functional product design—with a focus on human well-being and perception of artificial light—to help create unique lighting environments. Louis Poulsen's product designs are also admired for their quality and lasting appeal, with the result that products remain contemporary year after year.

Today the company is a leading international lighting manufacturer that produces simple, beautiful products that suit types of architecture from all cultures, both new and old.