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Louis Poulsen Pendant Light


June 25, 2019
louis poulsen artichoke lighting pendant
This article first appeared in the CB Summer 2019 issue of Custom Builder.

Designed in 1958 by Poul Henningsen, this special-edition PH Artichoke pendant is being relaunched in its original materials and finishes. The fixture features 72 leaves organized in 12 rows of six leaves each, positioned to provide glare-free light from any angle, the manufacturer says. This new 2019 version comes in a variety of sizes and a choice of six finishes (Copper Rose, shown). louispoulsen.com

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