Fall News 2018
A classic continues to thrive on change
A true icon never stops reinventing itself, and Poul Henningsen’s PH Artichoke has proven to be no exception. Since Henningsen designed the widely celebrated pendant in 1958, it has made itself at home all over the world, taking on new expressions with every new finish, in interiors both classic and modern.
This year, Louis Poulsen celebrates the design’s 60th anniversary with a beautiful new brushed brass edition.
This special edition, available exclusively through 2018, will be engraved with PH’s signature - PH Artichoke - 1958-2018 - Anniversary Edition, and a unique number. From 2019, the PH Artichoke will be delivered without the anniversary engraving.
A perfect circle lights the way
The new Flindt Wall joins the popular Flindt Bollard to bring expressive illumination and thoughtful design to indoor and outdoor spaces. Based on the same carved-out concept as the cylindrical Flindt Bollard, the wall-mounted Flindt Wall continues the elegant form in the shape of a circle.
The slim, elliptical lamp has a floating appearance that, paired with the warm glow, creates a soothing and welcoming atmosphere wherever it shines
Mid-century elegance to brighten modern spaces
Today, six decades after its first unveiling, Poul Henningsen’s celebrated PH 5 pendant remains Louis Poulsen’s bestselling design: a testament to the revolutionary nature of Henningsen’s work to shape light.
Now, in celebration of one of Henningsen’s most iconic design, Louis Poulsen is releasing both versions in commemorative editions that pair copper and white shades.
Enigma radiates chic sophistication in black version
The bold Enigma pendant’s original white/aluminum design now has a stunning black counterpart.
The new black Enigma creates a serene interior ambience as it shapes and channels light. Its bold silhouette and soft, controlled illumination make it ideal in entryways, hallways, above the dining room table, and in living areas.
Design to Shape Light
Louis Poulsen has always sought, not only to design lamps, but also to shape light and create an atmosphere that makes people feel good, both in- and outdoors. The shape of light creates space and our products should live harmoniously within the space they define - indirect, soft and inviting.