Frama's core Adam Stool gets an outdoor edition in a durable weatherproof powder-coating with a smooth texture. Designed by Toke Lauridsen, the completely steel version has the same roomy seat with the characteristic slot-like opening that makes it easy to move around. Just as handsome when placed indoors for an industrial-chic touch, the stool comes in a standard height to fit dining tables and desks as well as counter and bar models.
- Bar: 29.9" h x 13.8" w x 9.8" d (76x35x25cm)
- Counter: 25.6" h x 13.8" w x 9.8" d (65x35x25cm)
- Dining: 19.7" h x 13.8" w x 9.8" d (50x35x25cm)
Made in Denmark
Graphic lines, natural materials and a design twist drive Danish label Frama, founded in 2011 by Niels Strøyer Christophersen. Dedicated to the Nordic ideal of a warm and welcoming home, the effort melds functional pieces, crafted from rich wood and raw metal, with several can’t-take-your-eyes-off-it statement-makers.
“No projects are wrong projects,” explains Niels, whose design expression also extends to lighting, home objects, fabrics and apothecary items, all on view at Frama’s showroom space in Copenhagen, near the historic St. Paul’s Apotek, which dates from 1878.
Tradition mingles with experimentation, even extending to the founder’s own home, a continuing source of inspiration located in a 1905 watchmaker’s store near Frama’s studio.
Embracing both old and new, the range spans the painstakingly made but deceptively simple AML wood stool, to the dramatic 64 Bench with its marble surface atop an incline steel base. In turn, the aluminum Rivet storage models and the sleekly multipurpose Adam stool series are striking examples of everyday utility. Unified by an organic sensibility and hands-on aesthetic, Frama is nothing less than a redefinition of a lifestyle brand.