The Bermuda Mega table has legs triangular frame which is very well suited to the way we sit at a table and make it easy to get around the table to place many people. Perfect as a table for example, large dinners.
As an optional extra as large office table with two compartments for cords and a cable tray under the table top.
&Tradition Topan VP6. In yellow, white, orange, red, turquoise, black and green - Topan is a true celebration of colour - just like M&M’s.
Sometimes the simplest things are the most lasting and memorable, the Topan Pendant being a brilliant example. It was the first mass produced lamp by Verner Panton, later to be followed by the FlowerPot. Topan’s simplicity and coolness proves to be of lasting value. Topan was originally designed for the hotel and restaurant Astoria in Trondheim, Norway, in 1960. Here, Panton used his textile designs Geometry I to IV for floors, walls and ceilings in order to give the room a uniform image. The Topan pendants hung all over, dividing large rooms into smaller and more intimate spaces.
&Tradition Spinning BH2 Pendant. Benjamin Hubert is always curious to find new solutions and materials, often stopping to feel the texture on a piece of furniture or feeling the weight an old glass vase.
The spinning-top toy, a childhood favourite, inspires to the joyful form of the Spinning Light along with the process of metal spinning. Here, form truly meets function in an innovative way. It’s sleek, it’s sexy and it’s sure to become a new classic.
Set of two glasses for brandy. Because of the special foot, they fit easily in your hand and are able of turning themself cheerfully across the table. You use it to drink a glass of cognac but also use it as a nice decoration.
Dishwasher safe but recommended for hand washing.
Remarkable designed whisk in various refreshing colors. Beater is inspired by a pack of straws and is gathered in the middle using a ring that functions as both an opening and closing mechanism and a hanging fixture. An everyday product with a creative and space-saving design.
Flag is a minimalist and funky candlestick with a geometric and rigid expression. The Swedish designer Jonas Wagell has created this new interpretation of the classical chamber candlestick – a light candle holder in five warm colours.
In the old days, the chamber candlestick was used to provide light at night. Today, candlelight is used to create a warm and cosy atmosphere. With clear references to the chamber candlestick, Flag has a recognisable function and modern expression and is easily moved by picking up the little flag.
Flag’s design was inspired by the little signal flags on floating buoys used to send signals to sailors. Designed to hold a single candle, the candlestick has a classic expression that would suit any interior style.
The salt and pepper shakers are fun, friendly and eye-catching interpretations of a well-known everyday object.
Once again, the designer duo HuskMitNavn vs. Troels Øder Hansen has stepped beyond the obvious function of the product to create a design that tells a story.
The story of Norm 69 is a true adventure. It is the story of a chance meeting that culminated in a happy success story. In 1969 Simon Karkov designed his visionary, futuristic lamp, which consists of 69 parts. But for many years the lamp was left lying in a loft, where it remained undiscovered. Then in 2001 an acquaintance of Simon Karkov saw the prospect of a fruitful collaboration between the team behind start-up company Normann Copenhagen and Simon Karkov. Only then was this now classic design retrieved from the loft.
When putting together your own lamp, it is important that the material is flexible and can withstand being bent many times. Norm 69, as it is known today, has a long history of development behind it, with various materials and methods of production being tested, revised and re-tested.
*cord not included.
Set of two. Whisky conveys an elegant expression, and the entire experience revolves around how you hold the glass in your hand.
Rikke Hagen has once again designed an exclusive glass for Normann Copenhagen – one that combines elegance, pleasure and function in a simple, Nordic design. Whisky conveys an elegant expression, and the entire experience revolves around how you hold the glass in your hand. Aroma, temperature and volume all come together and the wide opening completes the indulgence.
Keep your kitchen utensils in one place. That is the essence of Knife Pot, a space-saving and simple knife block featuring an inbuilt turntable with space for knives, whisks and wooden spoons. The designer-duo DesignWright has created a simple and functional design, the expression of which mirrors the function and ensures that you have your favourite kitchen utensils close at hand.
The collapsible kitchen funnel is a simple, functional and practical object, which only takes up space when it is in use. The material is flexible enough to be folded again and again, hard enough to keep its shape and durable enough to resist cold as well as hot temperatures.
Ballo is a different, amusing and happy toilet brush, designed by Jozeph Forakis. Ballo wishes you a colourful welcome to your bathroom, and wobbles back and forth, which is where its name comes from; Ballo means "dance" in Italian.
Dropit is a drop-shaped hook designed in wood by the designer duo Asshoff & Brogård. Its strong visual expression and exquisite finish makes it a little piece of art for the wall. In addition to a graphic black version, the Dropit hook has now been launched in three new colours: a simple Nordic white, a classic dusty light-blue and a trendy coral.
Simplicity and balance is the essence of the Krenit series. More than 50 years after Herbert Krenchel, materials investigator and civil engineer designed the Krenit salad bowl and serving set, the minimalist design is now launched by Normann Copenhagen. The salad set went into production in 1953, but it is the first time that the salad bowl is produced in melamine.
The Krenit salad bowl is inspired by the simple form language of the East, and the long pointed handles of the salad set reflect the traditional chopsticks. With a simple and clean expression, the Krenit series is a modern classic that lets function and aesthetics play perfectly together.
More than 50 years after Herbert Krenchel, the materials researcher and civil engineer, designed the Krenit-bowl, the original minimalist design has been re-launched by Normann Copenhagen. The Krenit-bowl is a perfect example of good Danish design and through the years it has become a design icon.
A self-assembly lamp shade designed by Simon Karkov - Normann Copenhagen presents Norm 06. Maybe we should move away from self-assembly lamp shades, however, we yield to temptation as soon as we saw Simon Karkov’s latest idea. Norm 06 is a decorative lamp shade with personality and character that fits our design universe in a perfect way.
The expression is robust, the form is simple. Bell is a ceiling lamp in an iconic bell shape and with special attention paid to its details. Its round, even surface gives the lamp the impression of having been cast. Rather than being hidden, the meeting between the lead and the lamp is accentuated in a modern and original way.
With 4 m textile cord.
The Bau lamp is an example of a DIY (Do It Yourself) project whereby the user assembles his or her own lamp, thus giving the user ownership of the lamp. The Bau lamp has a complex expression. The round pieces in various sizes and colours create a pattern, which at first appears random. Upon studying the Bau lamp more closely, however, it becomes clear that it is not random. The Bau lamp is one of a kind.
Its function is evident; its design is refined. Block is a mobile side table on wheels that has a light and airy expression. Block is a versatile piece of furniture with many different uses in the home.
Hello has a futuristic expression with the round forms of its shade and body giving the lamp character. Hello’s inner shade in acrylic reflects the light and creates a soft and pleasant surrounding light.
The body, made of beech, contrasts against the steel shade and adds warmth and a playful expression to the floor lamp.
The idea behind Toj is to bring the wardrobe out from the cupboard. Simon Legald has cut to the bone in this minimalist construction consisting of a skeleton, hanging rail and shelf. Screws and bolts are accentuated and the holes in the shelf’s design cast creative shadows on the floor.
The idea behind One Step Up is that it is flexible and creates space in the room. It is inspired by the form and function of a ladder. Details, such as the fittings, are accentuated and give the shelving unit authenticity.
The natural ash wood and industrial metal shelves create an interesting dynamic.