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Louis Poulsen has collaborated with visionary architects and designers to produce innovative lighting solutions for buildings and their surroundings for more than seventy years. The superior styling, craftsmanship and quality of Louis Poulsen products can be found on prominent projects around the globe. Together with designer Poul Henningsen, Louis Poulsen created a lighting and product philosophy summed up in the words function, comfort and ambience. Louis Poulsen's approach to lighting lies in a very strict and uncompromising product philosophy grounded in simplicity. There must be no elements which do not serve a light related purpose. This results in products with a very simple and discreet design, ideally suited to all types of architecture, both new and old, across cultural styles.
Louis Poulsen's PH5,Artichoke, AJ, and PJ products are Design Classics.
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Elle Decoration November - Lighting Special!
21 October 2015
The November issue of Elle Decoration UK focuses on lighting! Featuring new releases, timeless classics and the most desired luminaires on the planet. As the months get darker, create a warm and cosy environment within your own space. Add light! Add style! Add warmth! Check out Elle Decoration’s lighting recommendations here on our site.
1. Bocci 73.3 Suspension 2. Fontana Arte Nebra Suspensions (Coming soon)
|Tags:||Artemide, Bocci, Elle Decor, Elle Decoration UK, Flos, Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Gubi, Innermost, Lighting, Louis Poulsen, Marset, Muuto, Tom Dixon., &Tradition, Zero|
30 June 2015
It’s that time of year again strawberries & cream, freshly cut grass and Wimbledon whites! As the tennis championship starts we take a look at the summery shade which everyone will be sporting, white! A fresh, bright shade which appeals to so many as it blends in well with most interiors. Here are 15 Love -ly lights to suit the season!
|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, Bestlite, Flos, Foscarini, Gubi, Kartell, Louis Poulsen, Marset, Moooi, Tom Dixon.|
Elle Decoration July Lighting Features
12 June 2015
Elle Decoration July issue is out and we felt it only fair to share with you what’s currently on trend! This month’s issue is taking a relaxed and easy approach to interior style, minimally designed rooms but with a hint of luxe with accessories and lighting.
There is still a very prominent metallic theme reoccurring throughout Elle Décor. This continues to be a popular trend, as a way of simply updating a space without worry of clashing features/colours. Here is our Elle Decoration feature -
5. Gubi Bestlite BL2 table lamp in Chrome & Matt White
|Tags:||Artemide, Elle Decoration, Flos, Gubi, Interiors, Lamp, Lighting, Louis Poulsen, Metallic, Minimal, Tom Dixon.|
Brighten up your summer – Exterior lighting!
5 June 2015
It’s that time of year when it’s beginning to warm up and we venture out into our gardens once again! For the summer months our gardens become another room of our house, a space for entertaining and relaxing. Atmospheric lighting creates a more inviting and liveable space for the season, making up for its neglect over the colder months! Here are our favourite picks of exterior lighting sure to liven up any garden!
(From left to right)
(From left to right)
Also a wall light from our very own range Light Attack Pad 1, in dark wood finish.
|Tags:||Artemide, Bover, Exterior lighting, Flos, Foscarini, Garden, Kartell, Light Attack, Louis Poulsen, Marset, Oluce, Summer|
Elle Decoration May Lighting Features
1 May 2015
In case you missed the latest issue of Elle Magazine, here’s a collection of our items featured for the spring trend! The over all theme and feel to the May issue was spring, suggested by its articles there is a light, fresh and airy feel to interiors by bringing the outdoors inside for the improving weather. This included a lighter and paler tone of lighting and accessories as well as more natural elements such as wood, there was also that hint of metallic details for interest. The darker lighting features were of a more minimal and subtle design, which means that these items do not stand out or distract within a space. Have a browse at what’s on trend:
|Tags:||Artemide, Flos, Foscarini, Gubi, Innermost, Louis Poulsen, Marset, Tom Dixon.|
Elle Decoration April Lighting Features
16 March 2015
Looking through the ELLE Decoration UK April issue we came across a lot of our stocked lights! As seen below there was a fair few from Louis Poulsen, including the Artichoke which was featured in the article “What makes a design classic”. The Louis Poulsen PH2/1 table lamp and Panthella floor lamp were also shown in this months most inspiring homes.
Another very commonly seen item was the Foscarini Twiggy floor lamp, this iconic and well loved design has been seen in yellow, black and red. The twiggy lamp has been a favourite amongst designers and modernists alike, lending itself to any contemporary home.
Flos as a brand really shone within the magazine this month, with many features throughout the inspiring homes section. Shown below are a selection which were popular on our website also, (from left to right) Flos 265 wall light, Flos Kelvin table lamp, Flos Guns floor lamp and the Flos Arco floor lamp.
Finally there was mention of two of our table lamps, the Muuto Wood table lamp and the ever popular Kartell Bourgie in gold. Contrasting in style and design but appeals to a range of interiors as featured within the magazine, modern or edge of rustic styling. All items are available online now.
|Tags:||contemporary, design, Elle Decoration UK, features, Flos, Foscarini, Kartell, lighting, Louis Poulsen, modern, Muuto|
Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke
27 March 2014
The Louis Poulsen PH Artichoke has a unique sculptural design, and is viewed as an international design icon. The PH Artichoke was designed in 1958 by famous Danish designer Poul Henningsen for the Langelinie Pavillonen restaurant in Copenhagen, where it still hangs today. The Artichoke has 72 leaves, positioned so as to provide totally glare-free light from any angle. To ensure a high level of quality, much of the production process is still carried out by hand.
|Tags:||Louis Poulsen, PH Artichoke, Poul Henningsen|