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A sculptural lampshade with its own unique expression, Norm 06 is rumored to be the last in our self-assembly series. Ideal for beginners, it assembles without the use of any tools or glue to add sweeping lines and brilliant light to any space.
Norm 06 can be cleaned with a duster or by using the shower head in the shower. Maximum 60-watt bulbs are recommended (40-watt for Small version). The lamp shade is made of a special, non-flammable plastic material.
Select from three sizes.
Available options may differ from photo.
Electrical cord and socket set are NOT included.
Material(s): Lamp shade foil
Dimensions: Small Dia 17"; Medium Dia 24"; Large Dia 33"
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Designer: Simon Karkov
Simon Karkov (1932)studied at the Danish Academy of Architecture. Since the 1960's, he has worked for several architecture offices in Denmark.
In 1969 he designed the light Norm69 for the company Normann Copenhagen and got his inspiration from the nature. In 2002 Norm69 was awarded the Formland-Prize and received the title "Best Item" at the IMM in Cologne.
"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. Right now I am working on a collection of furniture, a draft for a boat and more self-assembly lamps — we'll see if they get done".View other products by Simon Karkov
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