During Stockholm design week ’19 there were some show stopping exhibitions and installations. Trade shows are the usual platform for exhibiting new products but over the last few years there has been a growth in a gallery type exhibition. Though I do think that trade shows are essential and can be exciting at times, there’s something a little more creative and less sales led when it comes to an exhibition. Spatial sensibilities an exhibition by Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter & Frama Studio was certainly a showstopper.
It was set within an apartment in Kungsholmen, Stockholm with views over the Riddarfjärden bay and Södermalm. A tranquil and a much needed exhibition during one quite hectic week.
Frama’s Rivet range has expanded from the iconic round side table to now include box tables and shelves.
This grey frame chair designed by Elding Oscarson for Frama was a great example of understated design. There’s something so simple and elegant about this chair.
Another great chair is the new stackable Chair 01 by Frama Studio. Here they exhibited it in black and natural wood.
The ceramic range Otto has so many beautiful new sizes in bowls, jugs, plates and bowls. The handmade qualities give a pure cohesion alongside the straight smooth lines of the minimalist furniture.
Chopping board blocks. A collaboration of Frama and Dry Studios. Now showcasing larger boards. Though I’m still very taken with the small.
The new products for Frama Studio will be released over the next few months and some of which are available now. See framacph.com for details
All Photography/images © Hannah Trickett