New at dmlights: Normann Copenhagen
Meet Normann Copenhagen, the latest addition to our extensive range of lighting brands. This Danish designer label brings us minimalistic and timeless lighting in Scandinavian style. In this blog we tell you all about this unique brand and its most popular collections.
A hobby to a huge success
It was 1999 when the glass importer Poul Madsen and designer Jan Andersen decided to join forces. They were keen to do more with their work and give their creativity a free rein. The duo opened a small shop, but their success was soon far greater than they had ever imagined.
Therefore, a few years later, they moved to an old cinema building with plenty of space to meet the great demand. Their trendy shop was not the only thing to win them awards. Their designs have also already received over 40 influential design awards.
Design that adds value
Design is a source of joy for many people. This is also why the designs by Normann Copenhagen focus on making people happy with their unique and stylish creations. The minimalistic style of their lighting adds a relaxing touch to your interior, while the subtle use of colour and original appearance give the designs their unique personality.
As a company too, the Danish designer label defines clear values and standards. For example, it is a great fan of environmentally-friendly manufacturing with high-quality materials. The designs by Normann Copenhagen are therefore also very durable and last for generations. The company also has a strong commitment to social responsibility and supports numerous cultural projects and charities.
Unique and accessible collections
Normann Copenhagen has an extensive and diverse offer, ranging from lighting and furniture, to home accessories and textiles. How best to describe their designer lighting? Minimalistic, timeless, Scandinavian, easily understood yet simply extraordinary. Feeling curious? We understand, after all, there is so much to discover in the range by Normann Copenhagen.
The Amp collection includes a hanging lamp in two formats, a chandelier and a table lamp. Two premium materials are found in each model: glass and marble. When restoring an old radio from the 1960s, the designer of this collection was captivated by the shape and warm glow of the tube amp. Amp, the name given to this lamp family, therefore bears reference to the English term ‘tube amplifier’ which inspired the shape of the lampshade.Shop Normann Copenhagen Amp
The Bell hanging lamp has a robust yet simple appearance. Again the name of collection has been inspired by the shape of the lampshade, namely a bell. With its minimalistic appearance, round shape and matt finish this suspended lamp is sure to suit any interior. The Bell is made from a unique mix of modern aluminium and soft rubber. Care has been taken down to the very last detail: the way in which the wire and lampshade are connected adds a playful and classy touch. There is a Bell to suit every room and style, as it comes in no less than four delightful colours and dimensions.Shop Normann Copenhagen Bell
Rise and shine! After all, this wonderfully charming wall lamp is the perfect bedside lighting. Thanks to the attractive shape and the five soft and cheerful colours you will wake up each morning with a smile. The lampshade can be rotated 350°, which means you can use it as a reading lamp (direct light) and also as soft lighting (indirect light). Missing an electrical point on your wall to install a wall lamp? No problem, since one version of Rise also comes with a cord, allowing you to plug it into a wall socket.Shop Normann Copenhagen Rise
A granite stand and polished metal lampshade are the foundation of the extensive Grant collection. A winning combination in our opinion, as the contrast between the shiny lampshade and the matt granite looks both classy and luxurious. In short: classic designs with added style. The Grant collection comprises two hanging lamps, two wall lamps, a table lamp and a floor lamp, available in either black or brass.Shop Normann Copenhagen Grant
With its voluminous shape it is fair to call the Phantom a modern chandelier. The lamp comprises a metal skeleton and a silhouette of elastic resin stretched over the lamp like a veil. With a little imagination this unique hanging lamp even looks a little like the cocoon of a silkworm. The mysterious Phantom chandelier spreads a warm and cosy light across the room, thanks to its semi-transparent lampshade.Shop Normann Copenhagen Phantom
There are no less than four subcollections in the Norm lamp family: Norm 03, Norm 06, Norm 12 and Norm 69. Each subcollection has its own, unique design. The Norm 69 hanging lamp marked the start of the success of Normann Copenhagen in 2002. This hanging lamp was originally designed by Simon Karkov in 1969, and the design was spotted and produced by Normann Copenhagen in 2002. The lamp comprises exactly 69 parts, which reflect the light beautifully without blinding you.Shop Normann Copenhagen Norm
Which is your favourite collection by Normann Copenhagen? Let us know in the comments!