For the Danish brand Normann Copenhagen, the German designer Frederik Kurzweg designed a sculptural curvaceous lamp.

At the request of Normann Copenhagen, designer Frederik Kurzweg imagined a sculptural pendant light. Made up of three steel plates, the Superpose lamp is distinguished by its ethereal silhouette and its graphic form, drawn by sharp lines and geometric shapes creating plays of contrasts. This effect is also reinforced by the perforation patterns, which dress the surfaces of the luminaire.

The Superpose lamp diffuses a direct light downwards, but also a soft and enveloping light towards the outside by projecting the shadows of the perforations on the walls. Between art and design, this lamp dresses an interior while giving it a cozy atmosphere.

To learn more, visit the site Frederik Kurzweg et Normann Copenhagen.

Visuals: © Normann Copenhagen


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