The universe of Frama continues to expand and unveiled several new projects and new designs at the design event ‘3 days of design’ in Copenhagen at the beginning of June.
The Frama Studio Store officially launched the fragrance St. Pauls Eau de Parfum, a new addition to their skin care line the Apothecary Collection. The perfume is created by Lena Norling and is handcraftet in Denmark, and with notes of Sandalwood, Cedarwood and Lemongrass the distinctive freshness links it to the Frama universe.
Further more Frama pre-launched their book “Dialogues”, developed in close collaboration with the German photographer and stylist duo Laura Muthesius and Nora Eisermann running the web site Our Food Stories, and celebrates a half-decade of personal relationships and creative dialogues. – Dialogues invites readers to consider how our natural and built environments become the spaces that define our context, how our food traditions can connect us with both the past and the future, and how a diversity of individual creative voices can come together to form a powerful chorus of inspiration for all those willing to listen. Featuring 6 architectural and design case studies, 14 interviews with craftspeople and innovators from around the world, and 19 new recipes from the team at Our Food Stories, Dialogues is not simply a book about Frama. It’s not another book about design. In fact, Dialogues is not a book about any one particular theme, any single discipline, or any one overarching philosophy of life or art. Instead, this is a book about the value of creative exchange and the power of listening. With Dialogues, we invite you into this conversation, Frama explains. The book will be released at the end of June, but can be pre ordered here.
During the 3 Days of Design event the residential home of Frama´s founder Niels Strøyer Christophersen was open for the public for the first time since it´s establishment in 2012. The house manifests the idealistic artistic direction of Frama interior architecture and links directly to the universe of the Frama Collections. In the August issue of NYTT ROM the Niels Strøyer Christophersen home will be fully unveiled.