Normann Copenhagen


Norm 69 pendant


design Simon Karkov, 1969

Norm 69 Suspension is a puzzle of 69 pieces, which is assembled without glue or tools. The history of the lamp Norm 69 is the story of a chance encounter, followed by a long quest to find the right materials, then a final success. Initially, therefore, Simon Karkov contacted Normann Copenhagen with a lamp kit idea he had conceived in his garage in 1969.
The lamp was reminiscent of the famous Artichoke Poul Henningsen. After much fumbling, Normann Copenhagen engineers devised a non-flammable plastic perfectly suited to the Norm 69. The success was overwhelming, with its innovative style and reasonable price. Norm 69 is now sold in 46 countries and is considered a classic design, subscribes to the selections of major magazines.
Norm 69 Formland received the award in 2002 and Best New Product award at Imm Cologne in 2003.
Socket and cord are sold separately.
Dimensions S: H42 x Ø42 cm – L: H51 x Ø51 cm – XL: H60 x Ø60 cm – XXL: H78 x Ø78 cm
Materials plastic
Light source low-energy 9 Watt bulbs are recommended
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