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Louis Poulsen lamps set the standard for Scandinavian lighting. The range includes a collection of timeless icons  – such as the PH5 and the PH Artichoke by Poul Henningsen, the Panthella by Verner Panton and the AJ lamp by Arne Jacobsen – that continue to set the benchmark for both timeless aesthetics and intrinsic lighting quality.

Louis Poulsen has always been at the heart of Scandinavia Design's lighting range. Our showrooms in Le Prieuré and Angers permanently display a large number of Louis Poulsen lamps, our website is exhaustive and you will find in our company enthusiasts who will be able to explain to you all the subtleties of Poulsen lamps by telephone, email or in person. [see more]


Louis Poulsen Metal pendants

Louis Poulsen Plastic pendants

Louis Poulsen Glass pendants

Louis Poulsen Ceiling lamps

Louis Poulsen Bathroom lamps

Louis Poulsen Table lamps

Louis Poulsen portable lamps

Louis Poulsen Wall lamps

Louis Poulsen Floor lamps

Louis Poulsen Outdoor lamps

History of Louis Poulsen

Louis Poulsen was founded in 1874 in Denmark, with the guiding principle that form follows function: each element of a lamp must justify its presence by improving its use, and aesthetics begin and end with light.

Le designer Poul Henningsen

In 1924, the architect designer Poul Henningsen joined forces with Louis Poulsen to participate in a lighting competition organized in Paris, the “Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs & Industriels Modernes”.

Le designer Poul Henningsen

Incandescent bulbs had just appeared and for Poul Henningsen it was a matter of harnessing power to provide lighting that was both efficient and pleasing to the eye.

Poul Henningsen drawing the PH5 in 1958

Louis Poulsen bought the Laurits Henriksen factory in Copenhagen in 1941 and became a lighting manufacturer. War obliges, Poul Henningsen designs a occultation lamp which allows lighting without being seen by the German planes flying over the city.

Another big name associated with the history of Louis Poulsen, the architect designer Arne Jacobsen, author of numerous icons of world design, notably signed the AJ lamps collection in 1957, available in table lamps, floor lamps and wall lamps and which will never leave never the catalog.

Arne Jacobsen

Verner Panton designed the iconic Panthella lamps in 1971, today available in numerous sizes, materials and colors and which has been among Louis Poulsen's bestsellers for years.

Verner Panton

Another big name in the history of Danish design, the architect designer Vilhelm Lauritzen has seen his main lighting fixtures reissued by Louis Poulsen in recent years.

Vilhelm Lauritzen

But Louis Poulsen is also a brand anchored in the present, listening to today's talents, whether Danish, Swiss, English or Japanese, like Clara von Zweigbergk and Oki Sato of Nendo.

Clara von Zweigbergk
Oki Sato de Nendo

GamFratesi & Shoichi Uchiyama

Shoichi Uchiyama

Jakob Lange & Mads Odgaard

Jakob Lange
Mads Odgaard

Christian Flindt & Louise Campbell

Christian Flindt
Louise Campbell

Øivind Slaatto & Bystrup Arkitekter/Henning Larsen

Øivind Slaatto
Bystrup Arkitekter/Henning Larsen
Lampe de table PH3/2 – Édition Limitée 2022 Poul Henningsen, 1927 Louis Poulsen

The Louis Poulsen range includes an unparalleled collection of icons in the history of designer lighting, which always set a benchmark for their timeless aesthetics as well as their intrinsic lighting qualities.

Among these world-famous and still living icons, we can of course cite the incomparable PH5 pendant light and the sculptural PH Artichoke by Danish designer engineer Poul Henningsen.

Suspension PH5  Poul Henningsen, 1958 Louis Poulsen
PH Artichoke Acier Inoxydable Poul Henningsen, 1958 Louis Poulsen

Let us also mention the Panthella lamp by the whimsical Verner Panton, available as a table lamp and a floor lamp.

Or the timeless AJ lamp by Arne Jacobsen, a multifaceted genius who excelled both in architecture and in the design of furniture and lighting.

Lampe Panthella Verner Panton, 1971 Louis Poulsen
Lampe de Table AJ Arne Jacobsen, 1957 Louis Poulsen

Scandinavia Design has always given Louis Poulsen the central place in its offering and today we are one of the main resellers.

Showroom Scandinavia Design X Louis Poulsen

Our showrooms in Le Prieuré and Angers permanently exhibit
numerous Louis Poulsen lamps and our website aims to present the entire range.

Showroom Scandinavia Design X Louis Poulsen

If you have any questions, you will find passionate experts here who will be able to explain to you over the phone, by email or in person all the subtleties of Louis Poulsen lamps.