Shelter lamp by Holmb채ckNordentoft for Normann Copenhagen

Category: Design Published on 17 Apr, 2013 Tags: , , , , ,
Shelter lamp by Holmb채ckNordentoft for Normann Copenhagen

Shelter is a simple, characterful lamp that emits a cosy light onto its surroundings. The conical shape of its foot and rounded shade provide a soft and friendly feel adding a delightful contrast to the clean and sharp lines of the lamp. Shelter was designed by the Danish design duo Holmb채ckNordentoft for Normann Copenhagen and is available as both a table and floor lamp.

Shelter is a play on both proportions and details. The white inner side of the shade provides a reflective effect while its wide, curved shape goes to direct the light making it pleasant and anti-dazzling.

Shelter lamp by Holmb채ckNordentoft for Normann Copenhagen

Holmb채ckNordentoft say: 쒿he idea came from speculating about how one could create a visual connection between the lead and the lamp. A lead is a necessary evil. How could we make a necessity into a virtue? That’s when we got the idea for the curved opening in the bottom of the lamp and the brass detail, which became a main feature of the overall feel of the lamp.

Shelter was presented on the occasion of the Milan Design Week 2013 at Salone del Mobile.

Shelter lamp by Holmb채ckNordentoft for Normann Copenhagen Shelter lamp by Holmb채ckNordentoft for Normann CopenhagenShelter lamp by Holmb채ckNordentoft for Normann Copenhagen

images courtesy of혻Normann Copenhagen


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