Normann Copenhagen Lights

Normann Copenhagen was established in 1999 when Jan Andersen and Poul Madsen teamed up with the shared desire to make a difference in the design industry. In 2002 they launched their first product - the Norm 69 lamp. It was this brilliant lamp that provided Normann Copenhagen with their breakthrough and is still a best-seller today.

The Norm 69 lamp was first designed in 1969 and was re-discovered and produced by Normann Copenhagen. This Normann Copenhagen light is comprised of 69 pieces that are folded and assembled without glue or tools.

Ever practical as well as striking in design, this intricate lamp can be easily dusted with a duster or even cleaned in the shower. This strong yet flexible lamp will stand the test of time.

The characterful Normann Copenhagen Shelter table light was designed in 2013 by HolmbäckNordentof. Every detail of this lamp has been considered, even the ‘necessary evil’ of the cord which has been made to look beautiful with a curved opening at the bottom of the lamp and a stylish brass detail.

The handsome Normann Copenhagen Bell suspension light by Andreas Lund and Jacob Rudbeck looks equally as appealing hung on its own or in a cluster of Bell lights over a breakfast bar, dinner table or kitchen island. The inner side of the lamp reflects the light while the tactile appearance of the outside of the bell invites you to run your fingers across it.

The Normann Copenhagen Cap table light by German design duo KaschKasch is a functional lamp with a fun and light-hearted personality. The lamp has a semi-spherical shade juxtaposing the geometric base. KaschKasch were influenced by a cartoon character called Calimero for the shape of the lamp - a little chicken with an egg shell on his head - highlighting the playful nature of this design.

 

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