Lighting has always played a pivotal role in creating functional, comfortable and beautiful interiors, but incorporating high-quality lighting at places of work, educational facilities and institutions has never been more critical. As the traditional role of the indoors undergoes a dynamic transformation, architects, interior designers and lighting experts are recognising the augmented role of light in designing spaces for the new reality.
When Poul Henningsen 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 Henningsen’s heritage, Louis Poulsen is reintroducing a modern version of the original design. And the second round of applause is imminent.
Originally designed by Poul Henningsen, Louis Poulsen’s limited-edition amber glass PH 2/1 table lamp offers a warm candlelight glow. The special PH 2/1 table lamp is not only a beautifully-crafted and enchanting design statement, it also brings a much-needed reprise from the harsh lights of the outside world.
Louis Poulsen celebrates Arne Jacobsen’s iconic lighting fixtures with a reissue of the AJ range, including the AJ Minis, which have been released in a range of special edition colours available exclusively for 2020.
Louis Poulsen acknowledges Arne Jacobsen’s influence on the international design industry and his contribution to bringing simple, functional and distinctive lighting design to the modern interior as it expands the iconic AJ Family further.
In tribute to Arne Jacobsen and celebration of the 60th anniversary of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Louis Poulsen re-launches its all-time classic AJ Lamp in Stainless Steel.
Danish designer Øivind Slaatto left a lasting impression on an audience of Singapore’s designers during a special lecture with Louis Poulsen at the National Design Centre. We share insights into his inspirational perspective.
Expertly straddling tradition and modernity, Vilhelm Lauritzen designed the VL Ring Crown light in the 1940s with a keen eye for practicality as well as beauty. Now Louis Poulsen has re-issued the design classic for contemporary times.
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The PH 5 and PH Artichoke are among Poul Henningsen’s most beloved lighting designs. Louis Poulsen marks his 125th birthday with new versions of these eternal classics.
Over 50 interior designers joined Lookbox Living at the Louis Poulsen showroom on 14 March to celebrate the launch of Lookbox Annual 2019.
With the new additions, Louis Poulsen smartly caters to the increasingly varied range of aesthetics found in today’s homes.
After redefining the beauty and effectiveness of bollard lighting with Flindt Bollard, Christian Flindt has renewed indoor and outdoor wall lighting with the softly illuminating Flindt Wall.
Now more than ever, we need things around us that work well and endure. We don’t have time for anything less.
Louis Poulsen’s lights are designed with a core consideration for human experience. And the presence of human hands in their production enhances that quality.
Augmented reality is transforming the way we consume design. With new AR apps such as Danish Design AR, leading brands including Louis Poulsen are smartly empowering consumers with a personalised product experience.
The famous table lamp by Verner Panton gets a brand new look.
The Cirque pendant lamp from Louis Poulsen gets a modern update with an on-trend grey palette.
A special collectors’ edition of the PH 3½-3 lamp, in brass and mouth-blown amber glass, shows the cultural value of design quality, relevance and human resonance.
Half the size, double the fun. The Danish Company’s PH5 Mini arrives in eight feel-good hues.
Simple, functional and no-nonsense, one of the Danish lighting company’s most iconic creations gets a sleek makeover in black aluminium.
It rises, it drops, it tilts and it turns to your fancy. Louis Poulsen transforms the everyday lamp into an intuitive personal object and puts the light, literally, in your hands.
The same humanistic touch that got Louis Poulsen noticed more than 90 years ago continues to give its creations soul.
The vibrant Tivoli park in Copenhagen inspired the design of these lamps.