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Norm 69 Lamp Large white

130.00 $
Material: Lamp shade foil
Size & weight: Diameter: 51 cm
Height: 51 cm
Weight: 1 kg
Product info: Clean with a duster or use the shower head in the shower.
Low-energy 9 Watt bulbs are recommended.
The lamp shade is made of a special, non flammable plastic material.
Socket, cord and hook are not included.
Awards: Formlandprisen 2002 in Denmark & Best Item 2003 at Imm Cologne in Germany
About

Norm 69

Extraordinary in its form, the Norm 69 holds a special place in the Normann-Copenhagen legacy. As the first product launched in 2002, this stunning lamp comes in 69 pieces that anyone can assemble without the use of any tools or glue. Lends extraordinary light to any space.

After a couple of minutes you understand the concept of how to fold the different elements. Once this is done, just follow the detailed instructions and after a little while you are the proud owner of your very own handmade Norm 69 lamp – made by you.

Norm 69 can be cleaned with a duster or by using the shower head in the shower.

Max 60 Watt bulbs are recommended. The lamp shade is made of a special, non flammable plastic material.
Norm 69
Designer

Simon Karkov

Simon Karkov graduated in architecture from The Danish Academy of Architecture. Since the sixties he has been working for several architecture offices in Denmark. The past 10 years he mainly worked for the Municipality of Frederiksberg. During this period he left his mark on several projects, for example Frederiksberg Hospital and Frederiksberg Gymnasium. Today Simon is enjoying his retirement in Turkey working on different projects.

“Whenever I get an idea I draw a sketch which is then transformed into a model. The model is then adjusted over a period of time until the final prototype can be done. I dream of developing new ways of designing furniture and larger objects through the self-assembly concept. This concept must be able to work on a larger scale and that thought fascinates me.”

Design Awards:

Norm 69: Formlandprisen 2002, Best Item at IMM Cologne 2003

Simon Karkov