Louis Poulsen Pendant Lights

A leading supplier of architectural lighting worldwide, Louis Poulsen was founded in Denmark in 1874.

Designed in conjunction with architects, each Louis Poulsen pendant light adheres to a product philosophy which is grounded in simplicity - every element used in the design must serve a light-related purpose.

The Louis Poulsen lighting philosophy can be summed up in 2 words - function and ambience.

Designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958, the Louis Poulsen PH5 pendant light was created in response to frequent changes to the size and shape of light bulbs by manufacturers. The suspension light is intended to be used with almost any type of light bulb.

The reflective three-shade system directs the majority of light downwards, whilst providing a striking focal point in your room. Choose a classic white shade or one of seven colours.

The Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke pendant light was designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958 for the Langelinie Pavillonen restaurant in Copenhagen, where the light still hangs today.

The Artichoke pendant light is now regarded as a design icon, with its unique sculptural ‘leaf’ design providing glare-free light from any angle. Much of the Artichoke suspension light is produced by hand.

The Louis Poulsen AJ Royal suspension light was designed in 1960 by Arne Jacobsen, for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. The AJ Royal lighting collection is now iconic.

Available in a choice of 2 sizes, the smaller AJ Royal pendant light diffuses light through the acrylic opal base for a warm, glare free light, whilst the larger pendant light provides a non-diffused source of light.

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