5 Poul Honningsen - PH Artichoke Contemporary Home Design Photos

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Poul Honningsen - PH Artichoke Pendant LIght
“Wainscotting/ doors” — ingridjane99
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Poul Honningsen - PH Artichoke Pendant LIght
“Windows” — cjm_07
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Poul Honningsen - PH Artichoke Pendant LIght
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Anne Fougeron
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Anne Fougeron is one of our favorite architects. The PH Artichoke (the original from Louis Poulsen) is available from: http://www.stardust
The Artichoke pendant, with 72 laser-cut copper leaves, glows above a laser-cut bowl on this dining table.
PH Artichoke Pendant Light PH lights are named after the initials of their designer, Poul Henningsen http://www.overstock
PH Artichoke light and the curvy staircase
The Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke Suspension Lamp
This is the PH Artichoke Pendant. The 72 laser-cut leaves are arranged in 12 circular rows to prevent any glare from the light source. The fixture was originally designed for The Langelinie Pavilion, a restaurant in Copenhagen where they still hang today.
“Staircase” — mmadion
Artichoke Lamp
rocks will redirect water in a stream, PH (as he is known) began to see how light itself could be redirected. His artichoke light was the breakthrough he needed to prove his theory that a lamp could reach a high degree of function without causing glare. The PH artichoke light pendant turned out to be a 360-degree
lamp is all that's required to use in the artichoke light, but if the owner prefers a high-powered halogen, xenon, or metal halide for a light source, the artichoke light pendant will easily accommodate the preference. Since its introduction in 1958, the artichoke lamp has become a favorite of modern f
provide a warm glow emanating around it. Unlit, the light takes the shape of an artichoke or flower – hence its name - and was part of the attraction of art-like designs from the period. With the light on, the Artichoke lamp remains visually appealing with its leaves sparkling from the diffused light
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