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Design by Rikke Hagen.
By Normann Copenhagen.
Inspired by soft retro shapes, the Hang Lamp combines form, function and aesthetics in an understated design. A classic design object that will suit most homes, Hang is timeless and characterized by the design traditions of Denmark.
"Hang is very simple and is more functional than decorative. I think that this is liberating, because if the lamp can manage this alone it is perfect. It isn't making a statement. It is what it is." — Rikke Hagen
UL Listed. Includes 13 ft. textile cord. Available in two sizes.
Electrical Socket/Cord and ceiling canopy not included.
- Small: 9.8" Dia X 14.6" H; weight: 3.3 lbs
- Large: 15.7" Dia X 24.2" H; weight: 5.5 lbs
Bulbs: 1 X 60W max incandescent lamp (not included) or 1 X 11W max fluorescent lamp (not included)
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Love it. Beautiful
By: Bali (brooklyn NY)
moden and minimal. the lamp arrived on time and in perfect condition. it fits my dining room perfectly.
Designer: Rikke Hagen
Rikke Hagen graduated from the Danish School of Design in 1998. She runs her own workshop in North Sealand, the Hagenglas workshop.
"My vision is to create design for every day life — preferably through a glance of simplicity and play. Good design is when a product is delivered and done. It must be in a way that you would not want it any different. It's the detail that makes the difference."View other products by Rikke Hagen
Manufacturer: Normann Copenhagen
Normann Copenhagen was founded in 1999 by Poul Madsen and Jan Andersen.
In 2002 Normann Copenhagen launched their first product, the lamp Norm 69. With this product Normann Copenhagen entered the international scene of design. Since the launch of Norm 69, Normann Copenhagen has developed a series of remarkable products that have won several international design awards, among others: The RedDot award, Imm, DesignPlus, L'Observeur du design, Good Design, Formidable award Formex and the Formland Design Award.View other products from Normann Copenhagen