List of products by designer Poul Henningsen

(1894—1967)

Poul Henningsen was a Danish architect, designer and critic, often referred to as PH. In 1925, Henningsen designed the PH-lamp, which, by carefully analysing the reflection of light rays from the bulb, has a glare-free and uniform illumination. His other well-known lamp models include the PH Artichoke (designed in 1958), PH5 and PH Grand Piano, which is included in the New York Metropolitan Museum’s 20th-century design collection.

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  • NKCH00008

    Design history Designer: Poul Henningsen Manufacturer: Denmark Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: 1950s Description  Pair of cinema seats designed by Poul Henningsen. Frame made of stained beech and black lacquered wood. Back and hinged seats upholstered in red velvet. Details Materials and Techniques: Stained beech, black lacquered wood, velvet...

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