Collection by Erika Heet

Ways to Design with Poul Henningsen

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Danish designer Poul Henningsen had us at the Artichoke lamp, its 72 leaves bursting forth from it like fireworks. Henningsen's other lamps hang in many modern interiors around the world—we thought we'd take an extra look at those from Dwell's pages.

Chairs bought from a friend surround a table made from a found piece of glass and salvaged trestles.
Photo of the home of Interior Architect Curtis Popp (curtispopp.com).
At the shop, Poul Henningsen’s PH 5 lamp for Louis Poulsen hangs over the Sandra table by Thomas Sandell for Asplund...
Crowning the interior hallway is a Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke pendant, designed in 1958.
"We wanted to maintain a feeling of a bunkhouse by keeping everything open and connected but without losing that layer...
The open-plan living-kitchen-dining area is a repository of design icons, both classic and contemporary.
Deeds hung a single Louis Poulsen PH5 lamp from the ceiling; its blue and red interior paint “is very friendly to human...
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