Poul Henningsen - Louis Poulsen - Lamp - PH4

Poul Henningsen - Louis Poulsen - Lamp - PH4
Denemarken - IJzer (gegoten/gesmeed)

PH4 lamp designed by Poul Henningsen.
Dimension: diameter 40 centimeter, High 20 centimeter, weight 1 kilo.

The story behind the product
Poul Henningsen designed the 3-screen system already in 1925-1926, where PH in collaboration with Louis Poulsen designed the first lamps for an exhibition in Paris. The collaboration with Louis Poulsen lasted until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create the glare-free light, direct the light where it was needed and create soft shadows with the incandescent bulb as the light source. PH 4/3 metal shuttle was launched in 1966. It is designed according to the same principle as the other 3-screen system and based on a logarithmic spiral, where the focal point of the light source is located in the center of the spiral. This lamp is a simplified model of the lamp that PH was drawing in 1929. At that time, the lamp brought the highest award to the World Exhibition in Barcelona. Metal pendants were made in many versions and colors, and the inside of the screens was painted white to give a diffused light. To achieve a warmer light, a transition also produced metal pendants which were gold-plated on the inside. Over the years, the metal pendants have been produced in many different sizes and colors.

Description of the lamp:
dents and scratches. The lamp is set to poor condition
because it appears with larger dents, skew and loose inner fender.

PLEASE NOTE!! All used lamps have signs of wear in some form. My descriptions are as accurate as possible, but please note that you are offering a used lamp. The lamp is shipped with a bulb.

you only pay the actual shipping costs with Post north

Packed securely and shipped with track & trace

IJzer (gegoten/gesmeed)
Ontwerper / Kunstenaar
Poul Henningsen
Fabrikant / Merk
Louis Poulsen
Model / Naam
Land van herkomst
Slecht - zwaar gebruikt met grote scheuren, beschadigingen of grote onderdelen ontbreken
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