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  • Normann Copenhagen - Krenit Bowl (red)
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    Normann Copenhagen - Krenit Bowl (red)
    More than 50 years after the material researcher and construction engineer Herbert Krenchel designed the Krenit bowl, Normann Copenhagen presents the minimalist original design in numerous colours. Krenit is a perfect example of good Danish design and became a real icon along the past years. With its simple, pure appearance, Krenit is a contemporaneous classic which perfectly embodies the interplay of aesthetic and function. The characteristic sharp edge of the Krenit bowl creates a balance between material and form and thereby offers the modern expression to the bowl. The form was trendsetting at its time for later designed bowls and today still suits as well in modern homes as it did in the 1950s. Herbert Krenchel explains: ”1953 Was the initial idea, shaping a beautiful bowl that would work and be appealing, so that it suited the kitchen as well as the dining table or as decoration in the living room. As material researcher, I really look forward to connect suitable materials that would also look good, be compatible and could be used together.” The bowl Krenit was introduced in 1953 after a long lasting search for the right manufacturing procedure. It soon became very popular and a clear example for Danish design. In 1954 it won the golden medal at the Triennial in Milan. Since then it was exposed in several museums all over the world and it also found a place in uncountable Danish designer homes. In the post-war years there was a higher interest for this pretty, high quality design. The manufacture of the classic bowl Krenit although was stopped in 1966. Today Normann Copenhagen manufactures the bowls in different sizes and colours.
  • Normann Copenhagen Tray
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    Normann Copenhagen Tray
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  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Dish by Herbert Krenchel
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Dish by Herbert Krenchel
    With a simple and pure expression, the Krenit range is a contemporary classic which enables a perfect interplay between function and aestheticism. Its characteristic sharp edge creates a balance between material and form, giving the bowl its modern expression. These bowls went into production in 1953 and have since become a design classic. Available in white or grey. Made from enamel and iron. Clean with warm water and wipe thoroughly. Avoid use of steel kitchen utensils, microwave and dishwasher. Not dishwasher safe. We recommend that you use oil on the edge on a regular basis to prevent rust. Dimensions: Diameter 16cm x Height 2.8cm.
  • Normann Copenhagen Tray
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    Normann Copenhagen Tray
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  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Dish
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Dish
    The Krenit dish is perfect for nuts, snacks or simply as decoration. With simple and pure expression this steel bowl with black outer and contrasting inner is a contemporary classic which enables a perfect interplay between function and aesthetics. Its characteristic sharp line edge gives a modern touch and the round shape is suited perfectly to the modern home of today. Create your own look by mixing Krenit bowls in different colors and sizes. The Krenit bowl was first launched in 1953 becoming a popular and clear example of Danish quality. After many years, Normann Copenhagen's relaunch of the Krenit ensures the story continues and it is once more accessible for lovers of design throughout the world. Available in a range of sizes and colours. Herbert Krenchel says: "In 1953 the idea was to make a beautiful bowl, preferably so functional and delicate that it was equally suited for use in the kitchen, on the dining table and as a decoration in the sitting room. As a material researcher I really concentrated on getting the different materials to match and look good together, as well as making them equally compatible to use together. It is fantastic that the Krenit bowl is coming into production once more."
  • Normann Copenhagen Tray
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    Normann Copenhagen Tray
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  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl Small by Herbert Krenchel
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl Small by Herbert Krenchel
    With a simple and pure expression, the Krenit range is a contemporary classic which enables a perfect interplay between function and aestheticism. Its characteristic sharp edge creates a balance between material and form, giving the bowl its modern expression. These bowls went into production in 1953 and have since become a design classic. Available in white or light blue. Made from enamel and iron. Clean with warm water and wipe thoroughly. Avoid use of steel kitchen utensils, microwave and dishwasher. Not dishwasher safe. We recommend that you use oil on the edge on a regular basis to prevent rust. Dimensions: Diameter 12.5cm x Height 5.9cm.
  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl and Cutlery
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl and Cutlery
    A classic is reborn – the Krenit series, with a design from Herbert Krenchel out of the year 1953. Simplicity and balance are the essence of the Krenit series. 50 Years after the metal researcher and engineer Herbert Krenchel designed the Krenit salad bowl and cutlery, the minimalist design from Normann Copenhagen is reedited. When the salad tableware went into production in 1953 it was the first time that a salad bowl was made out of melamine. The Krenit series is inspired from Eastern culture with its simple form, and the long grips of the salad cutlery reminding of traditional chopsticks. With a simple and clear expression, the Krenit series is a moder classic that perfectly unifies function and aesthetic. Classic bowl with elegant appeal Herbert Krenchel says: ”An everyday useful tool has to unify different aspects and impart a general impress. It is obvious that a salad bowl has its function, but I wanted to create a bowl that would be used in living rooms because of its beauty. I am an enthusiast of forms and I love materials. The surface structure is important, because it makes the bowl attractive and inviting as if you could touch it. Krenit melamine has no adornments and the black-white colourations make an area of tension together.” With its slightly slimming curves and the simple expression, the Krenit bowl is a real example for a design classic. With the suitable salad cutlery that lies perfectly in the bowl and whose round head makes it easy to absorb dressings, one will have a further classic for the perfect salad enjoyment.
  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl 25cm
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl 25cm
    Serve nibbles,snacks or use simply as decoration. With simple and pure expression this steel bowl with black outer and contrasting inner is a contemporary classic which enables a perfect interplay between function and aesthetics. Its characteristic sharp line edge gives a modern touch and the round shape is suited perfectly to the modern home of today. Create your own look by mixing Krenit bowls in different colors and sizes. The Krenit bowl was first launched in 1953 becoming a popular and clear example of Danish quality. After many years, Normann Copenhagen's relaunch of the Krenit ensures the story continues and it is once more accessible for lovers of design throughout the world. Available in a range of sizes and colours. Herbert Krenchel says: "In 1953 the idea was to make a beautiful bowl, preferably so functional and delicate that it was equally suited for use in the kitchen, on the dining table and as a decoration in the sitting room. As a material researcher I really concentrated on getting the different materials to match and look good together, as well as making them equally compatible to use together. It is fantastic that the Krenit bowl is coming into production once more."
  • Normann Copenhagen - Craft Salt- and Pepper Mill
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    Normann Copenhagen - Craft Salt- and Pepper Mill
    Craft is a classic salt- and pepper mill out of exclusive natural materials. The spices mill by Normann Copenhagen is comfortably held and controlled because of the soft shape and its own weight. There is a sophisticated CrushGrind ceramic grinder inside of the Simon Legald made Craft salt- and pepper mill, which ensures optimal function and durability. The design of the Craft salt- and pepper mill isn’t inferior to the grinder inside of it: Normann Copenhagen produces Craft out of oak wood and with a knob of marble. This ensures a pleasant weight as well as noble appearance and an extremely long duration.
  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl Tall by Herbert Krenchel
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl Tall by Herbert Krenchel
    With a simple and pure expression, the Krenit range is a contemporary classic which enables a perfect interplay between function and aestheticism. Its characteristic sharp edge creates a balance between material and form, giving the bowl its modern expression. These bowls went into production in 1953 and have since become a design classic. Available in white or red. Made from enamel and iron. Clean with warm water and wipe thoroughly. Avoid use of steel kitchen utensils, microwave and dishwasher. Not dishwasher safe. We recommend that you use oil on the edge on a regular basis to prevent rust. Dimensions: Diameter 25cm x Height 14cm.
  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl - High & Wide
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl - High & Wide
    Genuine Krenit fans now have good cause to feel happy! More than 50 years after Herbert Krenchel, the materials researcher and civil engineer, designed the Krenit-bowl, the original minimalist design has been re-launched by Normann Copenhagen. The Krenit-bowl is a perfect example of good Danish design and through the years it has become a design icon. With a simple and pure expression, the Krenit range is a contemporary classic which enables a perfect interplay between function and aestheticism. Its characteristic sharp edge creates a balance between material and form, giving the bowl its modern expression. Even its shape has set the trend for later designs of bowls. Available with purple, red or turquoise enamel over iron.
  • Normann Copenhagen Tray
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    Normann Copenhagen Tray
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  • Normann Copenhagen - Nabo Trays
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    Normann Copenhagen - Nabo Trays
    Nabo is a collection of trays, which have a soft silhouette and decent details. The design of the Normann Copenhaguen Nabo Trays is reduced and minimalistic, with friendly and nearly naïve expression. The decently different details of the Nabo Trays, such as the handles, offer an individual character to every trey by Normann Copenhaguen. The variations between the single pieces make Nabo aesthetically appealing as well as easy to handle: The big tray has an opening on one side, which makes it even easier to remove crumbs from it. The smallest Nabos are perfectly suitable to serve glasses or bottles, since the high edges make it harder for the glasses or bottles to tilt and fall down. Normann Copenhagen manufactures the Nabo Trays of melamine, which makes the trays dishwasher sage – perfectly suitable to be used every day. The Nabo Trays by Normann Copenhagen appear in a set of 3 – no wonder, since the Danish word “Nabo” means “neighbour”.
  • Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl large by Herbert Krenchel
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    Normann Copenhagen Krenit Bowl large by Herbert Krenchel
    With a simple and pure expression, the Krenit range is a contemporary classic which enables a perfect interplay between function and aestheticism. Its characteristic sharp edge creates a balance between material and form, giving the bowl its modern expression. These bowls went into production in 1953 and have since become a design classic. The large size is available in white. Made from enamel and iron. Clean with warm water and wipe thoroughly. Avoid use of steel kitchen utensils, microwave and dishwasher. Not dishwasher safe. We recommend that you use oil on the edge on a regular basis to prevent rust. Dimensions: Diameter 38cm x Height 12cm.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Krenit Bowl (white)
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    Normann Copenhagen - Krenit Bowl (white)
    More than 50 years after the material researcher and construction engineer Herbert Krenchel designed the Krenit bowls, Normann Copenhagen presents the minimalist original design in numerous colours. Krenit is a perfect example of good Danish design and became a real icon along the past years. With its simple, pure appearance, Krenit is a contemporaneous classic which perfectly embodies the interplay of aesthetic and function. The characteristic sharp edge of the Krenit bowl creates a balance between material and form and offers thereby the modern expression to the bowl. The form was trendsetting at its time for later designed bowls and today still suits as well in a modern home as it did in the 1950es. Herbert Krenchel explains: ”1953 Was the initial idea, shaping a beautiful bowl that would work and be appealing, so that it suited the kitchen as well as the dining table or as decoration in the living room. As material researcher, I really look forward to connect suitable materials that would also look good, be compatible and could be used together.” The bowl Krenit was introduced in 1953 after a long lasting search for the right manufacturing procedure. It soon became very popular and a clear example for Danish design. In 1954 it won the golden medal at the Triennial in Milan. Since then it was exposed in several museums all over the world and it also found a place in uncountable Danish designer homes. In the post-war years there was a higher interest for this pretty, high quality design of the white bowl. The manufacture of the classic bowl Krenit although was stopped in 1966. Today Normann Copenhagen manufactures the bowls in different sizes and colours.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Cristal Carafe
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    Normann Copenhagen - Cristal Carafe
    The Cristal Carafe by the company Normann Copenhagen is practical as well as decorative thanks to the five included cups. The unexpected contrast between the carafe out of glass and the cups out of synthetics creates a refreshing and attractive dynamism between the cold and warm materials, the motionless lines and soft forms. The designer Marcel Wanders again proved his experimental will with different materials and his filigree working skills for contrasting and creative design with the Cristal Carafe for Normann Copenhagen. With the Cristal Carafe by Normann Copenhagen one found the suitable drinking-set. Fast stacked and fast served. Carafes and cups are ideally suitable for a beach trip, a family picnic or as summer refreshment on the own garden.
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