Two wonderful pieces from the new Normann Copenhagen collection
 Two wonderful pieces from the new Normann Copenhagen collection  via Krone Kern

We love all the news around and best when it comes to some design products. Normann Copenhagen recently launched a new collection with a minimalist style and a clean finish. We bought two of our favourites here to show you this wonderful collection.

Eddy Table Lamp

Eddy, the table lamp, is an art of proportion: an airy shade floats above a weighty, organic base, creating a design in balance and motion. Steel and marble make up the main elements, while golden shimmers of brass put the dot on the ‘i' on this atmospheric lamp.

The table lamp consists of a plane steel screen with integrated LED light source that balances on a lamp base made of hand turned Italian marble. The rotation process is emphasized by the proportion between a slim neck and a bulky body, which forms a simultaneously lively and dense silhouette. 

Lampshade and base meet each other in a golden rotation point in the form of a glossy brass ball. The shade can be tipped around the ball to control the direction of the light. With its downward facing screen, Eddy not only illuminates its surroundings but also itself. Its light shines down on the marble, emphasizing the changing character of the material. The table lamp emits a soft light, which can be adjusted with the circular brass dimmer that forms a refined detail on the lampshade’s top.

Designed by Simon Legald

 Two wonderful pieces from the new Normann Copenhagen collection  via Krone Kern

Stock Table

Using the most elementary steel stock parts as their starting point, MSDS Studio has created an architectural little side table. Their design ‘Stock’ presents metal in a raw and deconstructed way while retaining a delicate, rigid quality. 

The table’s unconventional leg arrangement emphasises the material’s strength and produces an interesting composition of elements. The aesthetic negative spaces – the airy open area under the table top and the triangle between the angled legs – come from disregarding the traditional arrangement of table legs, creating a new form of symmetry. 

Stock appears as a small, strict piece of sculpture, which also serves as a practical, stable side table.

Designed by MSDS Studio

 Two wonderful pieces from the new Normann Copenhagen collection  via Krone Kern


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