Wall lamp in glass and marble
The Amp wall lamp from Normann Copenhagen was created by the Danish designer Simon Legald as part of the Amp collection of lamps. The combination of transparent, light glass, a socket made of solid marble and a canopy made of powder-coated metal characterize the decorative wall lamp. The combination of the different materials results in an interesting contrast. The lamp serves as an alternative bedside lamp, bright reading lamp or simply as additional and indirect lighting.
Inspired by an old radio
The idea for the shape of the Amp table lamp came about when designer Simon Legald was restoring an old radio from the 1960s at home. While looking for a replacement part for the radio, he noticed the glimmer of the tube amplifier. The simple oval shape and the lampshade refer to it - as does the name Amp the English name for tube amplifier. The proportions of the Amp lamps from Normann Copenhagen are carefully worked out.
The Amp wall lamp can be wonderfully combined with the pendant lamp or table lamp from the Amp collection of lamps from Normann Copenhagen .
The textile cable has a length of 2 meters. The lamp is available in different versions.