PH 5 Mini
The pendant emits a non-glaring downward directed light, while also illuminating its own frame thus creating a soft, comfortable radiance from within the centre of the pendant. Poul Henningsen designed the PH 5 in 1958 as a counter-reaction to the bulb manufacturer’s many alterations to the shape and size of incandescent bulbs at the time, which Henningsen found to be completely senseless. The PH 5 fitted all types of light sources by turning everything into amiable lighting. This made the PH 5 so famous it became synonymous with ‘the PH light’ that still lifts even the most contemporary of interiors today, as does the PH 5 Mini. The smaller version of the PH 5 was introduced in 2017, and created in accordance with Poul Henningsen’s original design with a top shade of approximately 30 cm in diameter. Henningsen had a distinct scientific approach to light and designed numerous luminaires based on the three-shade-system that he invented in 1925 to shape excellent non-glare lighting. He used the logarithmic spiral as the foundation and accomplished even distribution of light with the multi.
- Shades and anti-glare disc: Spun aluminium, spun copper or spun brass.
- Struts: rolled aluminium.
- Suspension type: Cable 2x1mm².
- Canopy: Yes. Cable length: 3m.
- 1x20W E14 (Bulb is not included)
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Dimensions: W300 x H163 x L300 (MM)
Cable length: 3M
Suspension type: Cable 2x1mm²
Light Source 1x 20W E14
Bulb: Not included, E14 bulb is required.