Lamps made of glass and marble
Amp is a series of selected lamps by Normann Copenhagen, whose shape is reminiscent of classic tube amplifiers from the 1960s. Designer Simon Legald combines nostalgic and modern looks to create high-quality lighting objects. The proportions of the glass domes are carefully worked out and provide for a harmonious overall appearance, which sets noble accents in every ambience. In the form of table lamps, pendant lamps or chandeliers, the curved luminaire fits perfectly into any ambience and convinces with its high-quality workmanship and simple design.
Simon Legald tells: "Sometimes you can't tell exactly why an idea for a new object is born. But in this case the inspiration comes directly from a radio and hi-fi equipment. This can be seen in the design of Amp very clearly. The round, transparent shape of a tube has something very special. I thought it would go very well with a lamp. I chose a type of glass that is also used for hourglasses, among other things. The form should be curved and waisted. As counterbalance to the delicate glass I chose marble. I think the two materials go well together."