Table lamp PH 2/2 ‘Question Mark’ designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen,
Denmark. 1931-1932

Brass and amber shades.

H: adjustable 42 cm/ 1' 5''
D: 20 cm/ 8''

Jørstian et al., 'Tænd!', discussed and reproduced p. 164

This exceedingly rare table lamp was dubbed ‘The Question Mark’ quite simply due to the curvature of the lamp stem fashioned from brass, complimented in colour by its original amber glass shades which follow the iconic three-shade system introduced by Poul Henningsen in the 1920’s. This structure alongside the materials used results in a quality of warmth that cannot be matched. A key feature of this piece is the adjustability to direct the light where desired, consisting of a simple yet elegant swivel mechanism mid-way up the ‘Question Mark’ curve.

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