All posts tagged: Norm Architects

Menu space in Copenhagen by Norm Architects

Cph Menu space by Norm Architects

Visiting Copenhagen is always a good idea especially when there is a new cool space to discover designed by all-time favourite Norm Architects. So if you’re planning a long weekend there, I’m inviting you to add the Menu space to your must-see list.

Norm Architects Furniture Utopia

Norm Architects Furnishing Utopia

Norm Architects who I have mentioned many times here, here and here have recently taken part in Furnishing Utopia, a collection of 30+ shaker inspired objects featuring work by 11 design studios from 10 cities and 6 countries, channeling the Shaker aesthetic into modern forms relevant to contemporary life. Saying I’m a fan of their work is an understatement, I love everything they design and their shaker trays is no exception…

Ice chandelier by Sofie Refer at BODIE and FOU. Read on www.karinecandicekong.com

Interiors trends 2015: Smokey glass

As Maison & Objet 2015 closed its doors yesterday, I’m going through millions of pictures I took during these past few days to take it all in. It was a good show during which I spotted beautiful and inspiring things to decorate our homes. One trend I’m most pleased to see this coming season is SMOKEY GLASS which has so much style. Read on to see how you can incorporate this warm, feel-good trend in your own home and get the look.

Decorating with black pendant lights. For more inspiration, head to www.karinecandicekong.com

DECORATING WITH BLACK PENDANT LIGHTS

Since we’ve received some beautiful black pendant lights with a copper finish inside, let me share with you my favourite looks with black pendant lights as a sequel to my post: Decorating with copper and brass touches

White kitchen, natural floorbards. For more inspiration, go to www.karinecandicekong.com

The Fredensborg house in Denmark

This is a home designed by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn, Architects & Founders of Norm. Architects. Everything they design, from commercial and residential interiors or products like the Milk Table lamp or the NA collection to name a few, they draw their inspiration from Danish tradition, craftsmanship and aesthetics and we know how much of an incredible design legacy Denmark has. Being mostly drawn to white interiors, I wanted to share with you the home they designed in Fredensborg, which is about is 30kms north of Copenhagen (if you are planning a trip to Cph, have a coffee at Atelier September, it’s a lovely place). The house is built on five low levels and I love how it flows from one room to another…

NA3 stool by Norm Architects for &Tradition. Available from BODIE and FOU. Buy online now

♥ NORM Architects for & Tradition

I have already mentioned my love for the work of Kasper Rønn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen from NORM Architects when I posted about the Fredensborg home, this gorgeous Copenhagen penthouse and recently about the beautiful Milk table lamp they designed for &Tradition. Here is a sneak peek of the NA collection they also designed for &Tradition.