Confession: We’re obsessed with Danish firm Frama’s showroom in the former St. Paulus Pharmacy in central Copenhagen. New Yorkers can now experience the vibe at Qlty-Life in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, where pieces from the design studio are now on view at 150 Franklin St. every weekend through June.
Above: The exhibition in Brooklyn is open on weekends by appointment only; contact Qlty-Life for more information.
Above: The 9.5-Degree Chair is inspired by the archetype of a chair and is part of two museum collections, one in Denmark and one in Norway. The chair is $750.
Above: The solid brass 90-Degree Floor Light is $765.
Above: A series of Shelves in twice-oiled oak, natural ash, and stained ash with brackets in brass, copper, and black; $195 each.
Above: The Cone Geometric Shade in copper is $350.
Above: The abstract, angular Vinkel Bookshelf is $3,385.
Above: Frama’s MS-1 Mirror is $425.
Above: The Sutoa Chest of Drawers stands in the doorway; $6,100 in walnut, $4,900 in solid oak.
Find more work from Frama in our post Earthly and Ethereal: An Apartment Makeover by Studio Oink.