Inspired by the concept of cherishing and reconnecting with the people in our lives and the world around us.
“Our families and friends. Our colleagues and communities. Our homes and the wider world around us. Never have we cherished these connections more. They enrich and enliven us. They make us happier and more creative. They bring inspiration and comfort.”
– Ove Rogne, CEO and Founder of Northern
Discover the new additions: Blush Rail Pendant Light, an extension of their popular Blush Collection and introducing Glint, a circular wall light with a subtle perforated pattern. The new Me Dim Floor Lamp is taller and has a dimmable function and the Heat Pendant Light is now available in a striking extra-large size.
Expanding their Blush collection is the Blush Rail Pendant Light available in 3lt and 5lt variations. Made from powder-coated steel tubes and available in selected colours, the Blush Rail Pendant Lamp is integrated with a set of either three or five small opal acrylic diffusers which are all connected together for easy installation.
Created by Norwegian duo Morten & Jonas, its striking look will take centre stage without hogging the limelight, adding a pool of warm light over a dining table or kitchen island, as well as bringing a welcoming atmosphere to a dark hallway or lobby.
The Blush Rail Pendant Light was designed to inspire and improve everyday tasks and activities. Blush has the ability to transform the lighting in your home from just one system.
Glint Wall Light was created by Swedish designer, Felix Isidorsson, who drew inspiration from our innate connection to light, and the value it brings to all our lives. Thanks to a subtle perforated pattern within the circular metal shade, Glint reflects soft, glare-free shadows up and across the room, brightening your home while at the same time bringing a natural feeling of warmth and intimacy.
“Light has always been something we value highly and the new Glint wall lamp stems from those values.”
– Felix Isidorsson
The iconic Dokka Pendant Light is now available in three new finishes: Warm Beige, Brushed Brass & Brushed Steel. Dokka is a small light with a big history. Designed in 1954, it was the first lamp from Norway to receive a Golden Medal award at the prestigious Triennale di Milano. Acclaimed for its smooth contours, precise proportions and sleek handling of materials, Dokka had the potential to become a design classic from day one.
In 2007, Northern re-launched Dokka, taking care to preserve the features that made it a design classic. Today, the lamp is expertly crafted in steel or brass, and made to last. An icon of its time, Dokka is uniquely contemporary, and is destined to become a future antique.
The Heat Pendant Light is now available in a striking extra-large size for both finishes. Every Heat Pendant Light is as unique as you are and carries with it a serial number so it can be traced back to the person who made it.
With its subtle sheen and sculptural surface, the Heat Pendant Lamp blurs the boundaries between art and design. Made exclusively from stainless steel mesh, the shade has a silvery appearance that seems to shimmer as light shines through.
The Me Dim Floor Lamp was made with quiet moments of relaxation in mind, Me Dim sheds light on the everyday need to find breathing space in a fast-paced world. The Me Dim Floor Lamp is taller than the original Me Floor Lamp, now measuring 135cm and features a dimmable function. The shape is uncomplicated and sleek, making it easy to incorporate the lamp into a wide range of settings.
As part of the new colour palette, new finishes include warm beige and black. Me Dim Floor Lamp is also available in petrol blue, white and grey. The powder coated metal gives way to a seamless silicon sleeve that makes the lamp adjustable. The lamp is designed with a flexible stem that can be rotated and bent to customise the direction of the shade.
The Butterfly Wall Light now available in aluminium and black as part of a colour palette that is completely contemporary, covering the shade in a choice of finishes that appear to shimmer as light shines through. With its elegant proportions and understated style, the lamp enhances the interior with more than light alone.
Originally designed in 1964 for Arnold Wiigs Fabrikker and later produced by Høvik Lys of Norway. In 2008, Northern decided to relaunch this Norwegian design treasure. Its uniqueness lies in the combination of simplicity of form and a well-preserved indirect method of exposing light, creating a bright but warm atmosphere.