Louis Poulsen

This fine Danish manufacturer is producing lamps since 1998. Louis Poulsens passion is to design and market exceptional lighting statements through products that provide ambiance to people and architecture. Vision wherever exceptional lighting statements are desired, Louis Poulsen is the most preferred brand. They expect all aspects of our business - from the quality of their products to the level of our service - to be the best in the industry.

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Overview - Louis Poulsen

 

Louis Poulsen Modern Lighting There are hundreds of companies engaged in the manufacturing of modern lighting fixtures. One of the manufacturers of modern lighting fixtures is a Danish company Louis Poulsen. Louis Poulsen was established by Ludvig R. Poulsen in 1874. Company initially was engaged in several other businesses in early 1890s. Later company decided to start the manufacturing of lighting fixtures. Now after several years of dedication Louis Poulsen is one of the well-known companies in the market of lighting fixtures. These produce some of the best lighting equipment’s. Company now has several subsidiary offices around the world. They are said to be engaged in the business for more than a century. The first design for the company was by Poul Henningsen. The design became very popular and since then the company has never looked back. Louis Poulsen believes in making products that are designed exceptionally well and are unique in the market. Their main motto in the designing of lighting products is to provide comfort and ambience to their product users. They are known for their excellent supply and partners team. They have collaborated with one the best brands in the world. Their key regions of the supply chain include Europe and USA. Louis Poulsen lighting designs are very distinctive and brilliant in terms of architectural design. They produce lighting fixtures that are of superior quality. Their wide range of products includes table lamps, floor lamps, wall lamps, ceiling lamps, pendants, Bollards, Post, Accent and some custom-design products. All these products are very popular from Louis Poulsen. These products are designed by very talented team of Louis Poulsen designers. Their ceiling series of the lamp is very popular, which include AH systems, AL 600 LED, Ballerup, Beat, Magazin, Munkegaard, Oslo micro, Pulsar, Strata and Zirkon. AH system series is very popular and used in bedrooms. It deals with all the primary needs of lighting in the bedroom. There are three variants in this series, including AH systems 360, AH system basic and AH system micro. There is another series of Munkegaad, which is especially designed with the help of glass. It also has three variants, including Munkegaard, Munkegaard Mega and Munkegaard micro. Oslo variant of ceiling light is designed to provide indirect symmetrical light. The shape of the Oslo series is very nice and provides lateral light distribution. Pendant lighting fixtures from Louis Poulsen include Aeros, Airport, AJ Royal, Campbell, Collage, Enigma, LP, PH and Toldbod. PH series of pendant has a wide range of variants. They are designed in several unique shapes and sizes. PH series include PH 2/1 pendant, PH 2/1 stem fitting, PH 3/2 academy, PH 3/2 pendant, PH 4/3 pendant, PH glass pendant, PH 5, PH 50, PH Artichoke and PH Artichoke gold. Company claims that these fixtures provide 100% glare-free light. They form unique pattern when lights are illuminated. All these products are designed by their talented team, which includes Alfred Homann, Arne Jacobsen, Louise Campbell, Peter Bysted, PLH design, Poul Henningsen and Verner Panton.

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