With their beginnings in 1924, as PoulHenningsen was creating an influential Paris lamp for his friend, Louis Poulsen, he focused on the dualities of design and light.
Back in 1874, Louis Poulsen was a Danish Lighting manufacturer trained ith Scandinavian traditions, where form follows function. Louis Poulsen Designs are tailored to reflect and support the rhythm of natural light. All details have a purpose.
The Louis Poulsen Pakhus fixture is a prime example of minimalistic lighting technology. The primary focus is on point shaped light sources. The Louis Poulsen Pakhus features an anti-glare ring which eliminates direct glare from the focal point of the light source. Doing this, the Louis Poulsen Pakhus permits optimal light distribution both upward and downward.
The Louis Poulsen Pakhus has a white, powder coat finish. It is 4.3 in. in width and 6.7 in in height. The length is 4.3 in. and has a maximum weight of 1.8 lbs. It has an anti-glare ring made of extruded steel. The Canopy is made of spun aluminum.
The Louis Poulsen Pakhus is a prime example of efficiency and elegance.