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Louis Poulsen - Merging Light and Scandinavian Design
At the heart of Danish lighting, Louis Poulsen's story begins in 1874, forging an indelible bond with Scandinavian tradition, where form follows function. Collaborating with visionaries such as Poul Henningsen, Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton, Alfred Homann, Oki Sato, and Louise Campbell, Louis Poulsen has solidified its position as one of the world's leading players in architectural and decorative lighting.
Louis Poulsen's distinctive signature is evident in the iconic lamps born from a perfect symbiosis of innovative design and timeless functionality. Among these, the legendary PH lamp, created by Poul Henningsen in 1924, with its system of shades that eliminates glare and diffuses a enveloping light, stands out. Another milestone is the AJ lamp, designed by Arne Jacobsen, a Nordic classic available in various variants, including the mini table version.
The Louis Poulsen catalog is an ode to Nordic aesthetics and craftsmanship. The lamps, designed for both indoor and outdoor spaces, combine respect for natural light with the relentless pursuit of technically sophisticated solutions. The PH Artichoke lamp, with its cascade of dynamic shades, and the Aj lamp family, with their die-cast zinc structure, are just a few of the luminous artworks that transform spaces.
Louis Poulsen continues to evolve, presenting new and captivating creations. The exhibition at the Salone del Mobile in Milan in 2007 marks a significant chapter, introducing contemporary designs like LP Hint, Teherani, Transair, and the Flindt series. In 2014, the company returns to its Danish roots under the guidance of Polaris, carrying forward the legacy with iconic lamps such as Nendo's NJP, Olafur Eliasson's luminous sculpture OE QUASI LIGHT, and the collaboration with BIG Ideas for the Keglen lamp family.
Explore our exclusive range of Louis Poulsen lighting, where each lamp tells a story of innovation, functionality, and timeless beauty. Immerse yourself in the fusion of light and Scandinavian design, and transform your spaces into elegantly illuminated environments that stand the test of time.