Bank Pendant by Norm Architects

Menu recently introduced to us the Bank Pendant light by Norm Architects. It is inspired by a certain vintage-style pendant that repeatedly caught the eyes of Norm Architects’ founders Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn as they strolled Lower Manhattan’s Financial District. The form of this vintage pendant lamp was first conceived and created in the 1920s and underwent a more contemporary makeover through Norm architect’s design.

I must confess that the Bank Pendant has at the same time classic and contemporary form. Its simplicity makes it elegant yet familiar, nostalgic yet contemporary. We can all agree that it is a versatile pendant light that can look great in almost any context and at the same time add character! Once again, well done Norm Architects!

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