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Louis Poulsen pendant lamp Charlottenburg PH 5-4½

 1,050.00

Vintage Louis Poulsen PH 5-4½ pendant lamp Charlottenburg The Louis Poulsen PH 5-4½ pendant lamp is a real eye-catcher with its four layers. This lamp fits in a Scandinavian interior, an industrial environment and in a quiet environment. That is where it stands out even more! Nice for a living room, above a dining table or in that one dark corner in the house! This lamp creates a fantastic atmosphere both during the day and in the evening.

The lamp is about 40 years old, for that reason we ask you to view the photos carefully. This gives you a good impression of the condition of the lamp.

The lamp will be carefully packaged and sent by registered mail. You can also pick up our lamps in Berkel en Rodenrijs by appointment.

 

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Louis Poulsen PH 5-4½ pendant lamp

Vintage Louis Poulsen pendant lamp Charlottenburg PH 5-4½ The Louis Poulsen PH 5-4½ pendant lamp is a real eye-catcher with its four layers. This lamp fits in a Scandinavian interior, an industrial environment and in a quiet environment. That is where it stands out even more! Nice for a living room, above a dining table or in that one dark corner in the house! This lamp creates a fantastic atmosphere both during the day and in the evening.

Design Louis Poulsen PH 5-4½ pendant lamp Charlottenburg

This lamp is part of the PH lamp series. The trumpet-shaped top screen ensures that three screens below are beautifully illuminated. The other three screens mainly direct the light downwards. It contains a base reflector and a blue dimming ring, which prevent glare from all angles. The screens are lacquered in matt white, which ensures extremely pleasant lighting.

In 1931 Louis Poulsen introduced the four screen system. This luminaire could be mounted high and thus formed an alternative to the then usual chandeliers. With the four-shade lamp from PH, a greater horizontal distribution of the light could be achieved. This improved the illumination of walls and shelves compared to standard three-shade lamps. However, in the 1940s, Louis Poulsen removed the lamp from the range. The lamp was redesigned in 1979 by two Danish architects – Sophus Frandsen and Ebbe Christensen, the PH 6½-6. She designed the lamps for the Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen. To counteract the glare, the two architects decided to add a small blue screen to the design. In addition, in 1984 a smaller version, the 5/4½, was designed for the Concertgebouw in Aarhus.

Louis Poulsen

Louis Poulsen’s goal is not just to design lamps. By shaping light from a lamp, Louis Poulsen wants to create an atmosphere in which people feel good, both inside and outside. The shape of the light creates space and the products should live harmoniously in the space they define – indirect, soft and inviting.

Specifications

This Louis Poulsen PH 5-4½ pendant lamp is approximately 40 years old and in good condition with signs of previous use. The lamp has some signs of wear on the edges. The bottom screen has been removed from this lamp. This makes the lamp suitable for larger lamps with an E27 fitting.

The measurements are:

  • Height: 31.8 cm
  • Diameter: 46,6 cm
  • Weight: 2.5 kg
  • Light source: 1x70W E27

The lamp is about 40 years old, for that reason we ask you to view the photos carefully. This gives you a good impression of the condition of the lamp. We have several models available .

We will ship the lamp carefully packaged and by registered mail. You can also pick up our lamps in Berkel en Rodenrijs by appointment.

 

Weight 9.9 kg
Dimensions 47 × 47 × 32 cm
Diameter

Ø40-49cm