designed by KaschKasch, for Normann Copenhagen
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Normann Copenhagen Cap Table Lamp. Available colors : midnight blue, blush (red) or white.
The design is playful with lots of personality. Cap is a functional table lamp with an adjustable shade. The white inner side of the shade reflects the light, while the rotatable shade makes it possible to direct the light in any way you want to.
You could use it both as a reading lamp, for spreading a lot of light and for creating a cozy lighting atmosphere. The Cap Lamp offers a palette of fashionable color tones that can complement your existing decor and can serve as an eye-catcher in a neutrally styled room.
Dimensions: Height: 50cm. Diameter : 28cm.
Materials and Finishes: Steel. Available in 3 colors.
Light source (not included): EU E27 (big socket). Low-energy 8 Watt bulbs are recommended.
IP 20 Rated
Cap consists of a mix of geometric shapes such as circles and cylinders. This gives the lamp a streamlined look, while the sloping pole that holds the socket and shade makes the expression welcoming and relaxed.
The white inner side of the shade reflects the light, while the rotatable shade makes it possible to direct the light in any way you want to.
The German design studio KaschKasch was founded by Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider in 2011. With a main focus on precise lines, geometric shapes and well thought out details, KaschKasch creates straightforward contemporary designs with a graphical expression. The young design team has already received critical acclaim for their work and has been nominated as "Best Newcomers" at the highly esteemed German Design Award.
"We want to design relevant products and we always try to get the maximum out of the minimum by breaking every idea down to its essential elements. It's all about the details. We love the entire design process, from idea to finished product. We work with hand sketching, 3D rendering and 1:1 modelling, which allows us to fine-tune the design until we achieve just the right combination of aesthetics and function."