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Normann Copenhagen

With a vision to push boundaries and Scandinavian design rules, Normann Copenhagen creates unique and contemporary products that are unlike any classic home interior.
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  • Block table
    black Now £159
    (Reg. £185)
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  • Norm 69 lamp
    small £58
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  • Mormor plate
    Ø 19 cm £13
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  • Norm 03
    small £67
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  • Normann Sticks hanger
    natural 2-pack £16
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  • Craft salt- and pepper shaker
    salt shaker, white £32
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  • Flow table lamp
    black £271
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  • Amp chandelier
    grey-black £652
  • Normann whiskeyglasses
    glass 2-pack £23
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  • Craft kitchen roll holder
    white marble £54
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  • Horizon mirror round
    grey £65
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  • Ace Lounge chair velour
    dark blue £489
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  • Krenit bowl gold
    Ø 8.4 cm £16
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Normann Copenhagen
The Danish brand Normann Copenhagen is known to push and challenge conventional boundaries in Scandinavian design, and chances that you have seen products like these elsewhere are slim.

Founded in 1999 by Jan Andersen & Poul Madsen, the design-duo started out with a small interior shop in Copenhagen. However, they quickly decided that they wanted to create their own products and become design producers. Their breakthrough came with the design of the Norm 69 lamp by Simon Kakov. The Norm 69 was originally designed in 1969, but Jan Andersen and Poul Madsen fell in love with the lamp and decided to take it into production in 2002. The lamp is still one of their best-sellers today and holds a special place in Normann Copenhagen’s product assortment.

Besides Simon Kakov, Normann Copenhagen has worked with a number of other designers, including Simon Legald, Nicholai Wiig Hansen and Jonas Wagell. Normann Copenhagen even has their own design studio with creative designers working towards creating tomorrow’s design classics.