Normann Copenhagen is our Supplier of the Week 20 – 26 February.

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That lightbulb moment

Normann Copenhagen was set up by Danish founders, Poul and Jan, in 1999 with a vision to bring something new and unexpected to the world of design. It started as a small store in Copenhagen seeking designer products from different brands, as well as some of their own creations.

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Poul Madsen and Jan Andersen

This all changed however when they discovered the Norm 69 Lamp by Simon Karkov in 2001 and decided to put it into production, creating the Normann Copenhagen we see today.

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The Norm 69 Lamp by Simon Karkov

 

A collection of award-winning designs

Normann Copenhagen is as a producer working with many exciting designers to create their pieces, so it is no wonder that they have a number of awards under their belt.

Their latest award came this year for the Ace collection, designed by Hans Hornemann, from the iF Design Awards 2017. Ace is a collection that combines comfort, style, flexibility and accessibility, making it perfect for those in smaller spaces. The flat-packed collection was inspired by Hornemann’s own experience of living in smaller city apartments.

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The Ace collection consists of the Ace Sofa and the Ace Footstool
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As well as the Ace Footstool there is the Ace Lounge Chair
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The Ace Chair completes the range, which comes in Velour, Nist or Leather

 

The magnetic Acrobat Table Lamp by Marc Venot was also awarded in the German Design Awards after nearly three years of design development.

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The Acrobat Table Lamp challenges the traditional idea of a table lamp due to its magnetic structure

 

And last year the Tap Stool and the Form Collection, both designed by Simon Legald, also won German Design Awards.

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The stackable Tap Stool
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The Form Collection consists of molded shell chairs, armchairs, barstools and dining tables

 

A worldwide presence

Suitable for both residential and commercial projects, their pieces have been used internationally. Here are three of their latest projects within Europe:

 

Raddison Hotel; Bodo, Norway

The Era Lounge Chair contributed to exclusive atmosphere create in the Raddison Hotel, located by the harbour on the northern coast of Norway.

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The Era Lounge Chair

 

Copenhagen Contemporary; Copenhagen, Denmark

This art centre showcases large scale installations by international artists. The minimalist aesthetic of Normann Copenhagen’s products plays with the large halls and varied installations.

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The Form Barstools and Bell Pendant Lamps create an industrial bar
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The Just Chair, Slice Table and Amp Pendant Lamps were also used within the centre
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Alongside the bar the Slice Linoleum Table and My Chair were used

 

Kane World Food Studio; Bucharest, Romania

Organic colours and natural materials are a key part of this interior’s design, complementing the raw concrete walls, with earthy greens, oranges and browns being in the colour palette.

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The Era Sofa in Tango Leather is used, as well as the Amp Pendant Lamp

 

 


To open a trade account with Normann Copenhagen and start ordering from them directly, click through to their catalogue below, and then ‘request a connection’:

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