Simon Karkov Norm 69 Lamp
  • Simon Karkov Norm 69 Lamp
  • Simon Karkov Norm 69 Lamp
Extraordinary in its form, the Norm 69 holds a special place in the Normann-Copenhagen legacy. As the first product launched in 2002, this stunning lamp comes in 69 pieces that anyone can assemble without the use of any tools or glue. Lends extraordinary light to any space. Norm69 is a visionary lamp in a flexible material and with its characteristic design it will add elegance to any home.

After a couple of minutes you understand the concept of how to fold the different elements. Once this is done, just follow the detailed instructions and after an hour or two you are the proud owner of your very own handmade Norm 69 lamp - made by you!

The story of Norm 69 is the story of a chance encounter, a long struggle to find the right materials, and ultimate success. Back in 1969, Simon Karkov designed a lamp kit. The lamp had 69 parts, and was visionary in its ideas and modernist in its expression. We were sold on the idea right there.

Soon it became clear that the existing material was not durable. When you assemble a lamp yourself, it's important that the material is flexible and tolerates being bent many times. The subsequent development process was time-consuming, but the result was a strong and flexible product that copes with wide temperature ranges. An important consideration as we export to many different countries; the lamp must work equally well whether it hangs in Greenland or Hawaii.

Design:
Simon Karkov

Manufacturer:
Normann Copenhagen