Frama is a brand based in Copenhagen that is characterized by clean aesthetics, attention to natural materials and simple geometries. The collections focus on simplicity, creating long-lasting objects unrelated to fashions.
In addition to producing furniture and objects, Frama also has an interior design studio. For their latest project, Frama oversaw the interior design of the Stable House, one of the few villas preserved in Copenhagen. It is a building that originally served as a horse stable and the original façade built in 1878 by Georg Møller was preserved.
The project perfectly reflects Frama’s minimalist but warm style: wood flooring, neutral colors, furniture with simple and light lines, and attention to small details (for example, I find the brass window shutters very elegant). The bathroom resumes the use of brass details and is characterized by the terrazzo floor that give a pleasant material sensation.
Among the furnishings, we find some pieces by Frama. For example the daybed of the second photo and the modular bookcase that has long been in my wish list!
The armchairs of the third photo are instead an icon of Nordic design. These are the 41 armchairs designed in 1931 by Alvar Aalto. Also known with the name of Paimio armchairs (they were in fact created as part of the project for the construction of the Pamio hospital in Finland), they are now produced by Artek.
Photography by Erik Lefvander via Frama