Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen Pendant Lamp
Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen pendant lamp, designed for the Langelinie Pavillion in Copenhagen. This item was once of the approximately twelve original ceiling lights that were commissioned in 1958 from Poul Henningsen by Architects Eva and Nils Koppel for use it the Langelinie Pavilion. Henninsen found inspiration for the design in the restaurants aquatic surroundings, with the concentric rings of the shade intended to reflect the movement of water.
Provenance: Langelinie Pavilion, Copenhagen, 1958. Peter Nicolaisen, acquired from the above, 2003. Private Collection, Copenhagen, acquired from the above, circa 2015. Offered by Objet d’art Alexandre Ferucci
- Height: 27 Diameter: 17.5
- Lead Time
- Varies (Limited Edition)
- Louis Poulsen
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