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Lighting

Poul Henningsen’s iconic PH 2/2 Question Mark makes a reintroduction for a limited time at Louis Poulsen

Poul Henningsen’s iconic PH 2/2 Question Mark makes a reintroduction for a limited time at Louis Poulsen

A culmination of Poul Henningsen’s studies of light and its effect on well-being, the PH 2/2 Question Mark exemplifies the ingenuity and craftsmanship of the Danish ‘master of soft light.’

Design meets technology: 3 innovative light fixtures that are ahead of their time

Design meets technology: 3 innovative light fixtures that are ahead of their time

Oligo luminaires combine the prowess of German engineering with sophisticated design, engendering progressive lighting solutions for today’s forward-looking society.

7 workplace necessities for the modern office

7 workplace necessities for the modern office

Increase productivity and encourage collaboration, all while bringing a new level of ergonomics and wellness to the workplace with these incredible products.

An icon turns 50: Panthella goes medium and gets a new finish

An icon turns 50: Panthella goes medium and gets a new finish

Louis Poulsen celebrates the 50th anniversary of the original Panthella with the release of a new medium-sized table lamp and a unique metallic finish. Celebrating the design’s imaginative inception, both Panthella Table 320 and the warm gloss of the brass pay homage to Verner Panton’s daring and playful yet functional legacy.

50th Anniversary of Panthella: Celebration of Form, Functionality and Fantasy

50th Anniversary of Panthella: Celebration of Form, Functionality and Fantasy

On the 50th anniversary of the iconic lighting fixture, Louis Poulsen expands Panthella’s sizing and finish options in a tribute to its imaginative creator – the acclaimed Danish architect, designer and visionary, Verner Panton.

Louis Poulsen Finds a Lost Icon

Louis Poulsen Finds a Lost Icon

When Poul Henningson presented the prototype of PH Septima in 1928, the sound of applause reverberated through the Danish Museum of Decorative Art where the unveiling took place. This year, in celebration of Henningson’s heritage, Louis Poulsen is reintroducing a modern version of the original design. And the second round of applause is imminent.