Poul Henningsen, ‘Floor lamp’, 1926-1928, Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery
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Poul Henningsen

Floor lamp, 1926-1928

Copper, brasss, wood
61 4/5 × 19 7/10 × 19 7/10 in
157 × 50 × 50 cm
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Copenhagen, Paris
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About the work
Manufacturer
Louis Poulsen
Image rights
Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery
Poul Henningsen
Danish, 1894–1967
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Author, architect and critic Poul Henningsen contributed greatly to the cultural life of Denmark …

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Author, architect and critic Poul Henningsen contributed greatly to the cultural life of Denmark through his design and literary work. As a designer, his lamps were perhaps his most important contribution; the PH-lamp, his namesake product created in 1925, resembled an artichoke in appearance and applied the multiple …

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Poul Henningsen, ‘Floor lamp’, 1926-1928, Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery
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Poul Henningsen, ‘Floor lamp’, 1926-1928, Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery
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About the work
Manufacturer
Louis Poulsen
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Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery
Poul Henningsen
Danish, 1894–1967
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Author, architect and critic Poul Henningsen contributed greatly to the cultural life of Denmark …

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Author, architect and critic Poul Henningsen contributed greatly to the cultural life of Denmark through his design and literary work. As a designer, his lamps were perhaps his most important contribution; the PH-lamp, his namesake product created in 1925, resembled an artichoke in appearance and applied the multiple …

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Poul Henningsen

Floor lamp, 1926-1928

Copper, brasss, wood
61 4/5 × 19 7/10 × 19 7/10 in
157 × 50 × 50 cm
Sold
location
Copenhagen, Paris
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