The famous Norm 69
suspension lamp was designed in the year 1969 by Danish architect Simon Karkov for the manufacturer Normann Copenhagen.
For decades this trendy pendant lamp has been delighting us - despite or precisely because of its unique look this lamp has a strong, timeless character. For this design, as Karkov himself explained, he was inspired by nature. This suspension lamp is a true masterpiece, for it was presented with the Formland Award (2002) and awarded the title "Best Item" at the Imm in Cologne.
With its extraordinary design and its beautiful light and shadow effects the Norm 69
holds a special status within the range of Norman Copenhagen lights. Norm 69
becomes the star of any environment with its breathtakingly glamorous look.
It is made up of white lamp shade foil delivered in 69 parts. The simple construction concept can be understood in a few minutes. You will need neither glue nor tools.
The lamp is available in different sizes, please see the "available product types" for detailed information. Please note: The cable, socket, and illuminant need to be ordered separately in the "accessories" section of the ordering process.
In stock. Also see the other Norm
lamps in the "product family".