Frama and Dry Studios, a design exchange

Danish design studio Frama have teamed up with Stockholm based company Dry Studios in a collaborative exchange. Each company will be taking part in a design exchange visit, featuring news designs such as the Frama Studio Kitchen and Dry Studio’s new Space Divider wall and pedestal Solid Square Log. The first installation is by Frama, exhibiting their designs inside and amongst the Dry Studios in Stockholm. Opened in February during Stockholm design week and will run until end of May 2017.

“ We like connecting with inspiring people in other countries and their way of living. This great opportunity to combine our items with danish Frama, who shares our beliefs, simply felt like a perfect match.” 
-Jenny Kästel Tavassoli, Co-Founder of DRY Studios

“With a common approach to creative processes and both inspired by organic materials makes this collaboration feel very genuine.” 
– Niels Strøyer Christophersen, Founder of Frama

It’s wonderful to see how independent studios, Frama and Dry are supporting each other within the industry. Having a likeminded approach, their products compliment each others and give a fresh perspective on their designs. These images are from Dry Studios, I look forward to see how Dry Studios exhibit in Frama’s Copenhagen studio!

A Scandinavian blue kitchenA Scandinavian blue kitchenA Scandinavian blue kitchenFrama and Dry Studios Frama and Dry Studios Frama and Dry Studios Frama and Dry Studios

The next installation will be at the Frama studios in Copenhagen, opening in mid March.


FRAMA visits DRY Studios 
February 24 – May 31
Address: Upplandsgatan 36, Stockholm, Sweden

DRY Studios visits FRAMA 
Mid March – May 31 (More information TBA)
Address: Fredericiagade 57, Copenhagen, Denmark

Images courtesy of Frama and  Dry studios


  • Reply Rachel Newcombe February 27, 2017 at 12:10 pm

    The design exchange sounds like a great idea, hope it goes well for them. I love your first image, of the dark wood against the navy walls.

  • Reply Old Fashioned Susie February 27, 2017 at 2:03 pm

    Loving the moody feel of this space!

    • Reply Hannah February 28, 2017 at 4:42 pm

      those dark walls are stunning

  • Reply Karen Clough February 27, 2017 at 2:18 pm

    Gosh that green on the walls is to die for! Absolutely beautiful images.

  • Reply cate February 27, 2017 at 10:38 pm

    What a brilliant collaboration, wish I could go to Stockholm and Copenhagen to see it! x

    • Reply Hannah February 28, 2017 at 4:41 pm

      it would be great!

  • Reply Painters Decorators London May 15, 2017 at 4:04 pm

    For once a dark room can look nice!

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