Normann Copenhagen, a furniture brand that's based in Denmark, recently expanded upon its collection of simplistic home offerings for the Maison et Objet, a well-renowned French trade fair where designers from an international scope have their work showcased.
As the furniture brand has a knack for creating some of the most accessible and efficient products around, Normann Copenhagen's newest work does much of the same -- with pieces made up solid materials and sleek shapes.
For example, the 'Journal' desk that was designed by Simon Legald of Normann Copenhagen consists of a colorful surface that's held up by a thin steel frame of the same tone -- making for a minimalist look that's perfect for consumers looking to bring a modern aesthetic into their homes.
Photo Credits: designboom, normann-copenhagen
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