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Louis Poulsen - PH Artichoke suspension light
common incandescent 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
reproduction of design by Poal Henningsen in 1958, the Artichoke Lamp is a classic example of how the structure of everyday furnishings was approached with both form and function in mind. Providing illumination from an elementary incandescent light bulb, the lamp has the ability of radiating indirect light in
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. The lamp is ceiling-mounted and is adjustable to 60”. It is available in a silver or white finish. Poul Henningsen couldn't
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Encino Hills Contemporary
I think they might be artichoke agave not sure what the botanical name is.
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Artichoke Pendant by Louis Poulsen