String Lounge Chair by Studio
String Dining Chair by Studio WM
Guided by all senses, Studio WM designers have a mission to create seemingly simple designs that reflect the love and details that is put into them for years to come. Their Wire design is available as a Dining chair and a low Lounge Chair. They both have the same light and airy appearance and the thin structure of the wire frame gives them a delicate feel, while also providing a fine contrast to any cushion you put on the dining chair – or the blankets, pillows and soft items you lay in the lounge version.
Fire Hurricane by Norm Architects
Fire Hurricane has a special luster glass that beautifully reflects the surroundings when the candle is not lit. When the candle is lit, the reflections dissolve and light breaks through the luster. This makes the Hurricane a decorative element both when used, and not.
For the Kitchen
New Norm Flatware by Norm Architects
The cutlery is designed to work with all kinds of meals and will suit everything from appetizers and entrées to desserts, lunches and midnight snacks.
Bottle Grinder by Norm Architects
The unique, inverted design ensures that salt, pepper, pumpkin seeds, dried blueberries, walnuts – or whatever you fill them with – only sprinkle out when you grind, leaving no trace on the table or in the kitchen. The Grinders have a bottle like shape, which is also important to the whole experience.
Tilt Cutting Board by Tobias Tostesen
Tilt Cutting Board is designed with a special angle on its sides in order for it to lean steadily against your kitchen wall. A clever detail that spares you the agony of cuts in the table top and loud slams of cutting boards hitting the table, while also adding a beautiful new dimension to the overall shape of the board – simple and straight lines broken by the soft iconic corners and perfectly angled sides.
New Norm Dinner Plate by Norm Architects
Norm Architects initially designed this special series of dinnerware as a profound admiration of one of Denmark’s most prominent painters, Vilhelm Hammershoi, and the unique feel of the crisp and pristine Nordic winds, which served as the main inspiration for the color scheme.
Water and Wine
Multi Carafe by Jakob Munk
The decanter is versatile, and can be used for both wine and water. This is large enough to use for wine aeration, and the slanted funnel-formed opening makes it easy to pour from wine bottle to the decanter.
Coolbreather Carafe by Norm Architects
The beautiful and stylish bottle-shaped Cool Breather is designed to integrate the actual aeration of the white wine as part of the sensation of enjoying refreshed and well-tasting white wine. Place the wine bottle on the table and attach the carafe to the bottleneck. Turn the bottle and carafe over to experience the bubbling sound of the white wine aerating through the neck and down the carafe. The integrated aeration is one of the most effective designs on the market today, handily beating other aerators in a Eurofins aeration test.
Champagne Sabre by Karim Rashid
The Champagne Sabre is designed for opening champagne bottles swiftly and extravagantly. Aim towards where the vertical seam of the bottle meets the top lip of the bottle, and strike away from the base. The normal pressure inside the bottle automatically ensures that no glass shards contaminate the champagne.
Baggy Winecoat by Jakob Wagner
The Menu Baggy Winecoat gives the popular wine bags a casual but stylish look. Simply take the wine bag out of the box, place it in the Baggy Winecoat and close the flexible top. There is room for an ice pack too, if you prefer to have your wine chilled. A rubber bottom makes sure the Baggy Winecoat does not tip over – neither on the dinner table, nor on the lawn. If you want to take your wine with you, just grab the handle and go! A handy and aesthetic solution for all bag-in-box wines!
Water Bottle with Brass Lid by Norm Architects
It takes water to truly enjoy wine; preferably served in a carafe that looks good on the dining table, does not drip, and from which it’s easy to pour. The Water Bottle perfect size will easily fit into the fridge door; and thus you’ll always have nicely cooled water ready for serving. The glass being mouth blown is proof of fine quality.