LOUIS POULSEN Ph 2/2 table lamp - The question mark

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The PH 2/2 table lamp by Poul Henningsen is a limited edition for this fall with the well-known 3-layer glass shade, which can be moved with the lever halfway through the slim body.

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LOUIS POULSEN Ph 2/2 table lamp - The question mark

Note!: Only available between October 1 and December 31, 2021.


The Limited Edition PH 2/2 Question Mark by Poul Henningsen underlines his vision of creating functional glare-free light in combination with high-quality craftsmanship.

Design by Poul Henningsen.

The elegant table lamp is designed on the principle of a reflective multi-shade system and emits a glare-free, downward-directed light while giving off a pleasantly delicate glow.

The glass screens are made of three-layer opal glass, with a glossy top and a sandblasted, matte bottom. This finish provides a soft, uniform light distribution. The adjustable upper part of the PH 2/2 table lamp can be tilted 45 degrees to the left or right by turning the handle in the center of the arm. The head can be tilted 45° to either side.

The launch of this Louis Poulsen design classic, the table lamp PH 2/2 also called "The Question mark" is the annual limited edition edition of the well-known Danish label this autumn.

 


Product info:

Material: Mouth-blown glass, three layers: glossy and sandblasted. Untreated and brushed brass (Please note that the untreated brass develops a patina over time.), brown textile cord.


Dimensions: W 200 x H 410 x L 275, weight: 2.1 kg
Lamp base: EU: E14 / US: G16.5
Light source: EU: Light source 1x25W E27 not included.
Cable length: EU: 280 cm
Cable color: dark brown.

About the designer:

Poul Henningsen (1894-1967) was a famous Danish designer who studied at the Technical School in Frederiksberg, Denmark from 1911 to 1914 and then at the Technical College in Copenhagen from 1914 to 1917.

He started practicing traditional functionalist architecture, but then he shifted his interests to mainly lighting, which is what he eventually became very famous for.

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