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Snowball Pendant Light

The Snowball pendant light emits comfortable glare-free diffused light creating uniform light distribution.

Product Description

The fixture emits comfortable glare-free diffused light. Matte painted undersurfaces and glossy top surfaces result in an attractive reflection of the diffused light, creating uniform light distribution around the fixture. When the light is switched on, the top portion is illuminated while the bottom part remains dark.

  • 100% glare free light
  • symmetric light distribution
  • combination of matte and shiny surfaces gives the fixture a characteristic light intensity
  • suitable for hanging at medium to low heights in meeting rooms, above dining tables, etc.
  • suitable for repetitive installations
  • timeless design
  • great architectural versatility

Poul Henningsen designed his first lights back in 1925-1926 for an exhibition in Paris. His work with Louis Poulsen continued right up until his death in 1967. Throughout his life, PH sought to create glare-free light, direct light where it was most needed, and create soft shadows, using incandescent bulbs as a light source. Poul Henningsen designed Snowball in 1958, and it was exhibited together with PH 5 at the Danish Museum of Decorative Art. However, Snowball received no particular attention on this occasion, and was only re-launched and manufactured from 1983.

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Louis Poulsen’s lighting philosophy is renowned and admired around the world. The essence of Louis Poulsen’s work is to create human-friendly lighting – comfortable lighting which makes people beautiful and creates an excellent atmosphere. Louis Poulsen’s lighting philosophy consists of three elements: Function, comfort and ambience

This philosophy continues to this day to clearly influence the very simple and functional product design – with a focus on human well-being and perception of artificial light – which helps create unique lighting environments.

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