- W: 10,5 cm
- D: 15 cm
- H: 29 cm
Materials: Painted metal
Manufacturer: Louis Poulsen
Quantity available: 2
Ref. no: 3102
Designed in the 1948 for the Shell A/S house in Copenhagen
Literature: Lisbet Balslev Jørgensen, Jørgen Sestoft, Morten Lund ‘Vilhelm Lautrizen – A modern architect’, Bergia Fonden/Aristo 1994, pp. 242-243 for similar example
Designed exclusively for ‘The House of the Day after Tomorrow’ exhibition in Forum, Copenhagen in 1959, with only 15 examples made.
Literature: ‘Light Years Ahead, The story of the PH lamp, Louis Poulsen’, Louis Poulsen & Co. A/S , 1994, p. 295-297
Designed 1926, this example produced after Henningsen received his patent in the spring of 1928.
Literature: Tina Jørstian & Poul Erik M. Nielsen ‘Light Years Ahead – The story of the PH lamp’, Louis Poulsen 1994, pp. 175 -176
The PH 5 was presented for the first time in the spring of 1958 at the Danish Museum of Decorative Art in Copenhagen
The floor lamp edition with the 3-legged base was first presented in June 1964 and was only produced on special commission
Literature: Tina Jørstian & Poul Erik M. Nielsen ‘Light Years Ahead – The story of the PH lamp’, Louis Poulsen 1994, pp. 272-274 & 283