Made it suited to both modern and classic architecture.
Alfred Homann designed Kipp Post in 1997 for urban environments where both functional and pleasant lighting comfort was desired. Emphasis was also given to easy maintenance and bulb changes. The aim was for the light to have an expression which made it suited to both modern and classic architecture. A special system makes it easy to till the light head to access the electrical components. The LED version was launched in 2011.
Simple and beautiful design.
True to Scandinavian design traditions, form follows function is a driving tenet of Danish lighting manufacturer Louis Poulsen. The form of each product is not designed for its shape but for its ability to shape the light it gives. The origin of this principle can be traced to Poul Henningsen’s three-shade system, an iconic Poulsen piece that encapsulates the dualities of light and form.
In close partnership with designers, architects and other talents including Arne Jacobsen,Verner Panton,Oivind Slaatto, Alfred Homann, Oki Sato and Louise Campbell, Louis Poulsen are a leading global manufacturer of architectural and decorative lighting. Each Louis Poulsen piece is underpinned by a glare-free approach, where the fittings reflect, reveal, expose and absorb light to create beauty and ambience.
Established in 1874.