The name Norm indicates the importance of drawing inspiration from traditions and norms that have been refined for many centuries within the field of architecture and aesthetics.

Norm makes it a virtue to focus on quality, durability and timelessness. The company wants their designs to not only be of good materials and good craftsmanship, but to embody beauty, history and, most importantly, outlive fleeting trends.

The design process of Norm.Architects is based on not just asking the question “how?” but to ask the question “why?”. Why does the need for this product exist? Why should people buy it? Why should they want to keep it? When you ask the question “why?” you open up for deeper design dimensions and you embark on the road to create truly durable products.

In spirit with the tradition for Scandinavian simplicity Norm strives to cut to the bone in their designs. To find the simplest shape for a given task without forgetting the beauty of the shape and the details, in order to reach a point where there is nothing to add and nothing to take away that can make the product better. Like true Scandinavians the company pride themselves in their culture and history, and hope and aspire to create new norms for Nordic design.


Private house in Denmark by NORM.Architects


Danish restaurant Höst in Copenhagen


Details from Höst


Marble Wallclock by Norm.Architects


&Traditions showroom The Village by Norm.Architects

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