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The year 1924 marks the beginning of an extraordinary success story, when Louis Poulsen began to collaborate with Poul Henningsen, a respected architect, author and award-winning designer whose theories about lighting design remain the foundation of the lighting theories still practiced by Louis Poulsen Lighting.
From 1925 Louis Poulsen produced and marketed through international agents the pendant lamp PH with three shades designed by Poul Henningsen.
Its successor models of the PH series as pendant, table or floor lamps or the PH artichoke are to date well-known and popular representatives of Scandinavian design.
By co-operating with other leading designers many timelessly beautiful design icons could be added to the product portfolio, such the Panthella by Verner Panton or the AJ series by Arne jacobsen, initally designed for the SAS Royal hotel in Copenhagen.
The latest designer lights like Ross Lovegrove's Spot Transair, Hadi Teherani's ceiling lamp Teherani or award-winning pendant Campbel by Louise Campbell not only follow the traditional design Louis Poulsen style, but reinterpret it for the 21st century