Kasper Rønn, Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Linda Korndal of
Norm’s works are an expression of the many characteristics of Nordic design, including its haptic qualities, purity, light, craftsmanship and sense of human scale. Many of the designs envisaged and created by Norm have a poetic narrative, their form an expression of clarity and purpose that is free from pretence. Here, objects engage the individual in a conscious relationship with design, their tactility, usefulness and beauty both unobtrusive and wholly appealing.
Kasper Rønn, Linda Korndal and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen.
Norm’s Copenhagen studio.
The poised Wire Pot in white (a part of the Wire Series) has a pleasing Japanese-like form and will showcase green plants or flowers with an attractive contemporary edge.
The Wire Disc, another part of Norm’s Wire Series, combines an elegant wire base and oil disc. Perfect for a balmy summer evening on the terrace.
Modular and flexible, Timber – a collection of wall and ceiling panelling – was designed for Swedish company
The Stone Lamp was conceived as a cosy light, its ambience akin to the soft glow of a candle. Wherever it is placed, this light will illuminate the space with a warm mood. The Stone Light combines a grey smoke-tinted glass shade with a ceramic base.
Metal Wall Clock
Norm’s Metal Wall Clock expresses time in its purest form. With a round face and two steel hands, the focus is clearly on material and form.
Pause, a collaboration between Norm and designer
For hats, jackets, bags and shoes, Norm’s Coat Hanger is a stylish and slim hallway piece.
The handsome Finn collection, created by Norm for
The Flip Around table and stool highlights Norm’s keen sense of pragmatic design: design that is amenable to freedom in movement and functionality.
Combining wood and glass, the Milk Lamp for
Nepal Projects process.
As part of an exciting and engaging Nepalese community development project, Norm teamed with
Accessory boxes in paper and textile by Note Design Studio.
The community development project provides girls and young women in Nepal, many of whom are tricked into prostitution, sent to India and shunned by their families, with the opportunity to support themselves. Girls and young women are able to use their impeccable weaving skills and Nepal’s natural resources to create minimal and timeless designs for Menu.
Norm.Architects head up the design department at Menu.
Items from the Nepal Project include:
Minimalist teddy bear by Afteroom.
Canvas laundry bag by Norm.Architects.
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