1. PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica
  2. PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica
  3. PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica
  4. PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica
  5. PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica
  6. PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica
  7. PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica
  8. PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica
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PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica

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Regular Price: £398

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  • Iconic Danish design from 1927
  • Unique 3-shade design
  • Glare-free light distribution
  • In a choice of colour

PH 5 Table Lamp - Replica

Celebrated as one of the finest designers of his generation, Poul Henningsen explored the relationship between nature and form within his PH lighting series. Inspired by his childhood memories of using kerosene lamps and candles as light sources, the Dane created an iconic collection of designs that focused intrinsically upon the shadows and glare created by the light source. The lamp's multi-shade system improves the light source’s colour using the reflective properties of the bowl-shaped shades to produce a warm and glare-free light. The lamp emits direct light both vertically and horizontally, providing an ambient backdrop to any room. Beautifully designed with intelligent detail, this table lamp is perfectly complemented by other pieces from Henningsen’s famous PH series.

We produce Poul Henningsen's PH 5 Table Lamp in iron, available in a choice of colour.

Bulb not included.

Additional Information

Height 60 cm
Diameter 45 cm
Bulbs E27

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.