"Don't be afraid of shadows. They testify that there is light somewhere." Oscar Wilde once said. If there had been a Bergen fixture in the famous writer's time, he might have had this very lamp in mind.
Minimalist design, classic shape. In a word, an endearing simplicity that heralds the versatility of this lamp and its many possible applications.
This is where we will surprise you. In this line of luminaires, we decided to break with minimalism. Chelsea is craftsmanship, perfect workmanship, and hand-joined polished copper. Compared to the other designs, it is almost baroque.
As long-lived as a famous Italian city. Not subject to changing fashions, solid and durable.A combination of classic Norlysian elegance and reliability.
Scandinavia has a polar night for two months. Hence our passion for light. And a passion for sharing it with others. Karlstad luminaires come straight from Scandinavia and impress with their classic design.
Tradition, simplicity, minimalism, simplicity, minimalism, tradition.... As followers of Scandinavian design, these are the principles we stick to and will continue to stick to. The Lofoten family, rich in lamp types, is the best expression of this.
It is indeed easy to imagine this lamp romantically illuminating the mist-shrouded corners of England's capital city on the banks of the Thames or the strolling alleys in England's famous gardens.
Up to now, you may have associated Modena with Ferrari. From now on, you may also associate it with Norlys lamps. The distinctive and even sharp shapes of the Modena line of lamps combine traditional design with modern technology.
Undoubtedly, simple geometric shapes have something to offer. Nidaros luminaires look intriguing and create added value in any space. It is a response to the designers' search for simple and functional solutions in contemporary architecture.
Walking... sorry standing elegance. The Oslo lamp is available in pillar, post, ceiling, and wall versions. In a copper body, it looks simply perfect.
The opinion that light can be a material of architecture on a par with wood, concrete, stone, or steel is not an isolated one. There remains the question of the light source. One obvious choice might be the Sandvik lamp.