The Danish designer Simon Legald has designed a sophisticated range of lamps called Amp for Normann Copenhagen. The Amp lamp series consists of one table lamp and two pendant lamps. Amp is characterised by its high-quality materials of glass and marble that add a visual fragility and sensuous heaviness.
Normann Copenhagen presents Amp lamp series. A hi-fi inspired range of lamps. Amp has a nostalgic and at the same time, contemporary feel. The idea for the lamp’s shape came when the designer was restoring an old 60’s radio at home. While searching for spare parts for the radio, he was captivated by the glow that emits from the tube amplifier. The simple oval shape and the glow of the bulb is an obvious reference to this, just as the name Amp refers to the English term; tube amplifier. The proportions for each lamp have been carefully designed. For example, the marble sockets of the two pendant lamps are smaller than the marble base of the table lamp to emphasise their different functions. Read More
Era Lounge Collection from Normann Copenhagen is classic, inviting, nostalgic and curved. That’s one way of describing the new range of lounge chairs designed by the Danish designer, Simon Legald.
Era Lounge Collection is many other things too. The design is well-proportioned, the lines are sharp, and the feel is contemporary. Era combines modern production techniques with traditional furniture craftsmanship in a timeless and characterful design. Read More
Normann Copenhagen expands the Swell range with an armchair and a 2 seat sofa. Swell is a minimalistic furniture collection that has a playful and light-hearted feel and oozes with character.
Swell minimalistic furniture collection is designed by the Swedish designer Jonas Wagell. Consisting of both an armchair and sofas for two or three people Normann Copenhagen adds even more choices and combination possibilities for the home. Read More
Normann Copenhagen presents Sprinkle Bed Linen, designed by Anne Lehmann. Spring is just around the corner, and right now, Normann Copenhagen is introducing their new products at several spring fairs around Europe. Sprinkle is one of the big news, a collection of bed linen with beautiful abstract prints and a welcoming look.
Normann Copenhagen presents Sprinkle Bed Linen, designed by Anne Lehmann. The Danish designer Anne Lehmann has designed a range of decorative bed linen for Normann Copenhagen. She has drawn her inspiration from various textures and pigments to create a beautiful abstract print and a light and vivid feel. Sprinkle Bed Linen is made of satin weaved cotton with a soft and smooth quality, making it incredibly comfortable to sleep in. The motif consists simply of a spot that is repeated in different sizes in casual yet ordered manner. This creates sensuous wavy lines between the two complimentary background colours. The soft, organic character of the print makes Sprinkle both welcoming and pleasing to the eye. Read More
Normann Copenhagen presents the Ikono classic pendant, designed by Simon Legald. Ikono is a beautiful classic pendant lamp with a pure and simple feel. The lamp has a cone-shaped glass cylinder and two coloured steel shades in matching tones which rest on the glass. Together, these features go to make up a classic pendant lamp.
The light is directed by the top shade while the lower shade ensures anti-dazzle. Ikono is based on the Danish lighting tradition, but the designer Simon Legald has stripped the design down to its essence and eliminated any unnecessary components and screws. The sharp edges of the shades are softened by curves where the shades meet the glass. The glass cylinder itself adds a visual lightness to the lamp. This gives Ikono classic pendant both a graphic and soft feel. Read More
Normann Copenhagen presents the square Tablo Table. The popular Tablo range, designed by Danish designer Nicholai Wiig Hansen, has been expanded with a square and rectangular version. The essence of the Tablo Table is the interaction between two materials with very different expressions, which combined form a minimalistic and stylish design. The refined sharp edge and rigorous expression of the table top goes beautifully with the legs, giving the Tablo Table a clean, minimalistic look.
The new Tablo Table square versions has just landed in stores and come in black and white with four feet of ash. They act both good alone, in combination with each other or in combination with the round tables for a contrasting look. With its simple design fits Tablo into most facilities. Read More
More Normann Copenhagen autumn/winter news 2013. Here are some of the new products that Normann Copenhagen will be launching for the AW13 season. I love these lovely blue shades from strong blue to mineral grey – just as in the nature of the season we soon are entering clear, cool and beautiful.
Normann Copenhagen autumn news 2013. Here are some of the new products that Normann Copenhagen will be launching for the AW13 season. I desire these lovely red autumn hues, if you agree and like to changes your home decor with the seasons. Settle into autumn with decor and accessories in red autumn hues and in cozy clusters – and it will warm you up in cooler days.
Normann Copenhagen autumn news 2013. Craft quality salt and pepper mills, made with exclusive materials. Danish designer Simon Legald has created a mill for Normann Copenhagen where excellent quality and exclusive natural materials goes hand in hand.
A long-lasting body of solid oak, along with a sturdy knob made of marble, makes Craft suitable for frequent everyday use. Simon Legald says: ”I went for a classic look for Craft but at the same time chose to use white oak and marble which is not often used for salt and pepper mills. The marble has also been used to indicate salt and pepper. I like the idea of working with the recognizable but then adding a new look.” Read More