Artichoke Ceiling Lamp

Inspired by Poul Henningsen

£339

Blurring the lines between art and function, this Artichoke Lamp is a striking piece that has remained in style since its inception in 1958. It’s crafted from aluminium leaves for an ultra-modern look that will update any space. The unique design ensures just the right amount of ambient lighting.

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Product Dimensions

W60 cm x D60 cm x H58 cm

Weight

7 kg

Packaging

W69 cm x D69 cm x H69 cm

Colour

Copper, Silver, White

No. of Cartons

1

Base Material

Aluminium

Cord Length

400 cm

Bulb Base

E26

Max. Bulb Watt

40W

Bulb Included

No

Certifications

CE Certified

SKU

NHLAMCS698

Delivery

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Guarantee

Every Nordic Haus purchase is covered by our generous 5 year guarantee for domestic use only. This guarantee includes any defects or problems with manufacturing or workmanship. Issues arising from misuse, accidental damage, or general wear and tear are not covered under our 5 year guarantee.

2 reviews for Artichoke Ceiling Lamp

  1. Bernie W.

    Love our new lamp, arrived quickly, looks fantastic in the lounge.

  2. Nell C.

    Great product, reliable service.

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Designer Profile
Inspired by Poul Henningsen

Danish-born, Poul Henningsen was a designer, architect, author and critic. He’s best known for his iconic collection of PH lamps. His first set of lamps were designed in the 1920s, which went on to win the top prize at the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris.

With his early success, Henningsen went on to create table, wall and floor lamps in a variety of shapes, sizes and materials, including the popular Artichoke Lamp designed in 1958. He is often considered to be the world’s first ‘lighting architect’ based on his pioneer work in the field of interior lighting.

Henningsen’s primary focus was to spare people from the harshness of direct light and create an ambient lighting source that’s warm, soft and aesthetically pleasing.