1. PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp - Replica
  2. PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp - Replica
  3. PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp - Replica
  4. PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp - Replica
  5. PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp - Replica
  6. PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp - Replica
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PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp - Replica

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Regular Price: £298

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  • Classic design from 1925
  • Symmetrical light distribution
  • Unique structure
  • Exclusive craftsmanship

PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp - Replica

The classic PH 2/1 Pendant Lamp by Poul Henningsen mirrors the designer’s extensive research in lighting. The beautiful design is based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system, which ensures the symmetrical light distribution of the lamp. It also diffuses the light gently, preventing any glare from the bulb. The PH 2/1 is part of the three-shade lighting series developed between 1925 and 1926 for a large exhibition hall in Denmark called Forum.

We produce the iconic lamp with an opal glass shade and chrome fixture in a choice of colour. We also offer other lamps in the same design in different sizes.

Bulb not included.

Additional Information

Diameter 20 cm
Bulbs E14

About the Designer

Poul Henningsen

Poul Henningsen

Designer, author, architect and critic, Poul Henningsen was born into an intellectual and upper-class family in Denmark in 1894. Famed for his innovative lighting design, Henningsen was also one of the leading cultural figures in Denmark between both World Wars.
Inspired by nature and form, Henningsen’s design style was both unique and provocative. He didn’t believe in the mundane and obvious, once stating, ”All political art is bad – all good art is political.”
Celebrated worldwide, Poul Henningsen’s work remains within several notable 20th-century design collections, including that of the Metropolitan Museum in New York City. Henningsen was also given the prestigious honour of designing a piece for Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen.