PH 2-2 Luna Table Lamp

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PH 2-2 Luna Table Lamp

Louis Poulsen

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Originally introduced in 1939, the PH Luna was known as 'Natbordslampen', a name given to the petite table lamp by its designer, Poul Henningsen.

The characteristic curvature of the stem makes the PH Luna recognisable and the brushed brass finish is a soft and classic complement to the opal glass shades. The original height was 230 mm, which has been increased in the new version to enhance the possible applications.

Finish: Untreated brushed brass with fine hairlines. White opal glass.

Shades: Mouth blown opal 3 layered glass. Glossy on the outside, sandblasted on the inside.
Socket housing, shade holder, stem, base and switch: Brass, untreated with fine hairlines.
Bottom diffuser: Glass, acid etched on outer surface.

Cord type: Brown textile cord with plug. Cord length: 2.8 m.
Brass switch. CN: white plastic cord.

Light source: E27 / E26. Max 15W LED only.

Class: Ingress protection IP20. Electric shock protection II w/o ground.

Info notes:
Please note that the untreated brass will change over time and develop a patina.
PH initial is engraved on the edge of the base.
The adjustable upper part of the lamp can be tilted 45 degrees to the right or left by turning the shade holder and tightening the finger screw.

PH 2-2 Luna Table Lamp

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W25.7 x D22 x H32

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Poul Henningsen

Poul Henningsen

Poul Henningsen was born in Copenhagen by the famous Danish writer. He never graduated as an architect, but studied at The Technical School at Frederiksberg, and then at Technical College in Copenhagen. He started practicing traditional functionalistic architecture, but over the years his interests focus mainly on lighting. He is the legendary creator of the lighting series carrying his name; PH. He can be said to be the world’s first lighting architect. PH devoted his entire career to investigating the importance of light for our well being.
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