Normann Copenhagen’s Flagship Store

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

The Normann Copenhagen flagship store is something of a visual masterpiece. Following a large-scale, comprehensive renovation, Normann Copenhagen is opening the doors of its spectacular
new showroom. The Danish design company’s new headquarters appears as an experimental, artistic universe in brushed steel, lively terrazzo, and eye-popping colour combinations.

For just over a month the doors to Normann Copenhagen’s flagship store in Copenhagen have been covered with a mysterious pink foil. Behind the scenes, work has been going on at a feverish pace to create a new base for Normann Copenhagen – an extraordinary, world-class showroom. The new combined flagship store and showroom presents an exclusive and bold design concept that captures the essence of the Normann Copenhagen brand. A conceptual, theatrical universe gives the showroom the character of an art exhibition, where
everything is carefully curated and nothing is left to chance.

“We want to give visitors the feeling they’re moving around in an art installation. We’ve played with the contrast between warm and cold in a contemporary interior environment that pays homage to premises that are very worthy of preservation,” says designer Hans Hornemann, who in cooperation with Normann Copenhagen’s Brand Manager, Britt Bonnesen, developed the concept and design of the new showroom.

The style is raw and industrial, with a contrasting blend of materials. Epoxy, steel, reflective glass and coloured acrylic meet more organic elements like plush rugs and shimmering terrazzo. The old cinema’s original classical details have been carefully restored, and stucco work and bas reliefs create a beautiful contrast to an emerald green ceiling and oyster grey walls.

Shop the Normann Copenhagen collection here.


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Spring Clean! We’ve just added more to our sale!

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

The weathers getting warmer, flowers are blooming and its raining all the time… Spring must be here! And that calls for a Spring Clean!


We’ve got some fantastic offers on a selection of our ex display pieces, which are all available with a very minimal lead time!

Spring Clean Ex display Carl Hansen Signature Chair

The FH429 Signature Chair, Designed by Frits Henningsen in 1954.

Spring Clean Ex Display Artek Stool Alvar Aalto

The Artek 60 Stool Designed by Alvar Aalto in 1933.

Spring Clean Flos Spun Light T2 Ex diplay Sebastian Wrong

The Spun Light T2 in Chrome, Designed by Sebastian Wrong for Flos.

Spring Clean Ex Display Wing Chair Carl Hansen Has Wegner.

The Ch455 Wing Chair and Foot Stool designed by Hans Wegner in 1960. Available in special edition Mourne Textiles Fabric.

Spring Clean Terence Woodgate Pendant Light

The Solid Pendant made from Carrara Marble, Designed by Terence Woodgate

Spring Clean Acorn pendant Light Northern Lighing

The Acorn Pendant Light designed by Atle Tveit for Northern Lighting.



Results Chair and Pyramid Table from HAY

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

“We are mainly known as a company who collaborates with designers from our own time, but for me the link between these products and what we have been doing, is the approach to industrial design they employed to make them. The idea of working with materials and construction in an intelligent and reliable way, creating as much value for clients at a reasonable price; the Result Chair and Pyramid Table were originally about just this.” Rolf Hay

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Created to be adaptable, light and strong, the Result chair (1958) and Pyramid Collection (1959) are two examples of products that utilise the cutout sheet steel construction method of manufacture. The Results chair was originally designed by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld and the Pyramid collection by Rietveld in the middle of the 20th Centuary, while they work at Ahrend. Produced prominently for schools in the 1960’s and 1970’s throughout the Netherlands, The Results Chair has a particularly strong relationship with Dutch residents as it was part of their daily lived growing up. Combing fuction and excellence with aesthetic lightness and adaptability, both designs are exceptionally sparing in their use of materials, are simple to construct and organic their shape. They remain as relevant and useful today as the first day they were created.

The New Design Museum in London!

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

On the 24th of November 2016, The new Design Museum in London opened its doors. Based in the Kensington High Street Area, the Museums exterior architecture was designed by a team lead by Dutch Architect Rem Koolhaas. It’s Interior space was designed by John Pawson, who wanted to create a “beautiful building, people will feel good in” and boy has he achieved that. The Design museums impressive angled and spacing really has the wow factor. The museum’s content does not disappoint either, with classic design spanning the ages, many household names are featured in its permanent collection. From Anglepoise to the Iphone, every design practice is covered. We can not recommend the Design Museum in London enough.

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Lovely exhibition poster design, featured on the walls of approaching the Design Museum .

Design Museum in London, The Lollipop Shop

The main foyer of the Museum is this gorgeous open space designed by John Pawson

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Fantastic angles at the Design Museum, London

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Even the stair wells at the Design Museum are fantastic!

Design Museum in London, The Lollipop Shoppe

A look at the evolution of TV and Radio in the Museums permanent collection.

Design Museum in London, The Lollipop Shoppe

We really enjoyed NEW OLD, a pop up exhibition which explored the potential for design to enhance the experience of our later lives. This table featured here was an experiential element of the exhibition in which the old and young were encouraged to sit down and ask each other questions. The whole exhibition was very thought provoking. From a design point of view, we love how great the HAY upholstered AAC22 chair looks among all this greenery!

Design Museum in London, The Lollipop Shoppe

Lovely colour coded visual merchandising at the Design Museum Shop!

For all the last news from the Design Museum visit:

Our pick of the best of Stockholm Design Week 2017!

Thursday, February 16th, 2017

Stockholm Design week is always jam packed full of fantastic design, old and new, and this year was no exception. Here’s what really grabbed our attention at this years showcase.

Hay at Stockholm Design Week The Lollipop shoppe Results Chair

New from HAY, the Results Chair designed by Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld in 1958, was produced predominantly for schools in the 1960s and 1970s throughout the Netherlands, The Result Chair has a particularly strong relationship with Dutch residents as it was a daily part of their lives growing up.

Stockholm Design Week Seco Design Teelo Table light The Lollipop Shoppe

The lastest edition to Secto Design is the Teelo Table Lamp, Designed by Seppo Koho. This beautiful light is made from Finnish Birch and is available in a natural finish or with a Walnut Veneer.

Stockholm Design Week Louis Poulsen AJ 50 Wall light Arne Jacobsen

Danish Lighting brand Louis Poulsen released the AJ 50 Wall Light designed by Arne Jacobsen in a new colour palette.

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Louis Poulsen also Released we sizes and finishes to their classic PH Light series, which is now available in a Black Metallised and High Lustre Chrome Plated finish.

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New Danish design brand, Made by Hand launched their debut collection including the Knit-Wit pendant lamp designed by Iskos-Berlin. The knitted material the lamp is made out of produces a lovely quality of light between the pattern of its yarn.

Stockholm Design Week, Made by Hand, Studio Flemming Lindholt, The Lollipop Shoppe

The Petite Machine lighting collection was created by Danish design duo, Studio Flemming Lindtholdt and is produced by Made by Hand.

Stockholm Design Week, Made by hand, Studio Flemming Lindholt, The Lollipop Shoppe

Petite Machine wall lights, designed by Studio Flemming Lindholdt, produced by Made By Hand

Stockholm Design Week, David Design, The Lollipop Shoppe

These wonderful ‘Softboard’ Tables are made with Carrera Marble top and steel leg. Designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune and produced by Scandinavian design Brand David Design.

Stockholm Design Week, Anglepoise, Margaret Howell, The Lollipop Shoppe

Anglepoise displayed the Type 75 table light in Seagrass, Saxon Blue and Yellow Ochre. These new colours were the result of a collaboration between Brititsh clothing designer Margaret Howell and the classic lighting brand.

Stockholm Design Week, Hans Wegner, The Lollipopshoppe, Carl Hansen & Son

The latest edition from the King of Chairs, Hans Wegner is the CH23 dining chair from Carl Hansen & Son

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The new Footstool for the FH429 Signature Chair. This stool has been created by the Carl Hansen & Son design team to perfectly compliment the lounge chair originally designed by Frits Henningsen in 1954!