The FRAMA apartment. Four years ago, we instantly fell in love with the 9,5° chair. The tilted structure and the unsteady look make it – paradoxically- sturdier. The chair was designed by Rasmus B. Fex, for Frama. Little we knew then of this Danish design company that has become one of our all-time favorite brands.
Today’s studio apartment is the exquisite home of FRAMA founder and Creative Director Niels Strøyer Christophersen, in Copenhagen. With a very straightforward, artless, authentic, and casual look, this interior was made to last. Natural, strong materials were used in a simple way to respect the intrinsic qualities of color, and texture. We love the walls with leftover marks from the plasterwork and sanded surfaces combined with green and grey stucco in the lower part, in fact, they were an inspiration for our new studio.
One of the most unique spaces we’ve featured, where every piece can stand on its own and be unique. A perfectly unfinished ambiance for simple living.
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FRAMA Apartment tour