Flip Mirror by Javier Moreno for Normann Copenhagen

  Danish brand Normann Copenhagen has launched a table-top mirror with a dish in the base to hold small items, created by Spanish designer Javier Moreno. The Flip mirror can be turned up, down and rotated 360 degrees. It is available in either black, white or a sand colour. Javier Moreno┬ásays: “The tray design on … Continue reading


Maison et Objet 2013: Agnes Vases from Normann Copenhagen

Agnes Fries has designed the Agnes Vase Collection for Normann Copenhagen. Initially a part of the Danish Crafts Collection in 2012, danish label Norman Cph has now taken them into their collection. The vases are white with black graphic hand painted strokes applied to the top of the vase. This means all the vases are … Continue reading

Color Box by Henriette W. Leth for Normann Copenhagen

Danish designer Henriette W. Leth has designed the colourful storage system Colour Box for danish brand Normann Copenhagen. The system is built up by a number of same-size coloured boxes that can be combined in various ways. The boxes are made of folded steel and are powder-coated in six different colours: white, grey, rose, rust, … Continue reading

Bell Lamp by Andreas Lund & Jacob Rudbeck

Danish designers Andreas Lund and Jacob Rudbeck have created Bell for danish label Normann Copenhagen. Resembling an iconic bell within it’s shape, the pendant has a very soft and amiable look to it. At first sight the lamp could be thought to be made from ceramics because of its matt and smooth surface. But in … Continue reading

Onkel Sofa by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen

Danish young designer Simon Legald has designed the Onkel sofa for furniture label Normann Copenhagen. The sofa is a mix between traditional voluminous sofas from before the 1950’s and a more modern strict frame. To emphasise the merger of two completely different worlds of expression, the back cushion has been elegantly encapsulated by the frame. … Continue reading

Heima by Francis Cayouette

Scandinavian brands like IKEA and Normann Copenhagen are clamouring Quebec-born designer Francis Cayouette. He has lived in denmark since 1999 and in 2004 he set up his own design studio Unit10 Design. Recently he has designed the Heima collection for Normann Copenhagen. Read more: Francis Cayouette Read more: Normann Copenhagen

Ballo Toiletbrush

Ballo is a different, amusing and happy toilet brush, designed by Jozeph Forakis for Normann Copenhagen. Ballo wishes you a colourful welcome to your bathroom, and wobbles back and forth, which is where its name comes from; Ballo means “dance” in Italian. The Ballo design arose from playing with the concept of balance. Balance is … Continue reading