PH 5 Mini Pendant ID: 10000142115
PH 5 Mini Pendant 107 Chandeliers & Pendants Louis Poulsen

PH 5 Mini Pendant

By Poul Henningsen, for Louis Poulsen

PH 5 Mini Pendant

By Poul Henningsen, For Louis Poulsen


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SPEC #: LPL585235 | ID: 10000142115

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PH 5 Mini Pendant

SPEC #: LPL585235

ID: 10000142115

Designed by Poul HenningsenRead Bio

The PH 5 Mini Pendant is designed based on the principle of a reflective three shade system, which directs the majority of the light downwards. The shades give a soft light distribution, perfect in your room.

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Finish: White

Color: Classic White, Hues of Blue, Hues of Green, Hues of Grey, Hues of Orange, Hues of Red, Hues of Rose, Modern White, Monochrome Black, Monochrome Blue, Monochrome White


    • Finish: White
    • Color: Hues of Green
    • Size: 11.8"W x 6.4"H
    • Cord Length: 144"
    • Dimmer: Standard 120V
    • Materials: Aluminum  
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      Carbon Neutral Commitment

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      Responsibly Sourced Materials

    • Carbon Offset Program

      Carbon Offset Program

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      Poul Henningsen

      About Poul Henningsen

      Poul Henningsen (1894-1967) was a Danish architect and designer who revolutionized the field of lighting design with his innovative and functional creations. His iconic PH lamps, characterized by their layered shades that provide soft, diffused light, remain popular today and are considered masterpieces of Scandinavian design.

      Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Henningsen studied architecture at the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, graduating in 1917. He initially worked as an architect, but his interest in lighting design gradually grew.

      In 1924, Henningsen founded the design firm StUB, which specialized in lighting design. He collaborated with several companies, including Louis Poulsen, to create a range of lamps that were both stylish and efficient.

      Henningsen believed that good lighting should be both functional and aesthetically pleasing. He was particularly interested in the relationship between light and form, and he spent years experimenting with different shade shapes and materials to create the perfect balance of light distribution and ambiance.

      His PH lamps featured multiple layers of shades, designed to direct light downwards and prevent glare. This innovative design not only provided soft, diffused light but also created a sense of intimacy and warmth.

      Henningsen's most famous design is the PH 5 lamp, a five-shade pendant lamp that became a symbol of Danish modernism. He also designed a variety of other lamps, including table lamps, floor lamps, and wall lamps.

      Henningsen's work was not limited to lighting design. He also designed furniture, textiles, and interiors. He was a key figure in the development of Danish modernism, a style characterized by its clean lines, functional forms, and use of natural materials.

      Henningsen's work was recognized with numerous awards and accolades throughout his career. He received the Danish design award, the Lunning Prize, three times between 1955 and 1962. He was also awarded the Eckersberg Medal, Denmark's highest honor for design, in 1967.

      Poul Henningsen is considered one of the most influential designers of the 20th century. His work continues to inspire and influence designers today. His PH lamps are still widely used in homes, offices, and public spaces around the world.

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      Louis Poulsen Lighting, Inc., was founded in 1985. The foundation for today's innovative lighting solutions was firmly laid in the 1920's when the famous Danish architect, Poul Henningsen, working together with Louis Poulsen, crafted a brilliant mix of technology and design that advanced light delivery systems to their rightful place among architectural elements. Mr. Henningsen's revolutionary philosophy and long affiliation with Louis Poulsen was just the beginning of what has become a continuing line of collaboration with other visionary architects and designers. Year after year this combination of ingenuity, experience and innovation results in the award winning designs that keep Louis Poulsen at the forefront of the lighting industry.

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