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The Rivet Shelf explores basic storing facets within one shape and functions as a storage and display platform. Based on a historically known hand construction technique the Rivet Series is made of laser-cut raw aluminium sheets, hereafter joined together by a hand-hammering technique. The design is a symbiosis between craftsmanship and industrial production, furthermore a celebration of the purity of the aluminium material which is left untreated with the honesty of the material in mind.
- Jonas Trampedach, Denmark (c. 2014)
- Untreated Aluminum
- Made in Lithuania
- Height 206mm / 8.1"
- Width 876mm / 34.5"
- Depth 244mm / 9.6"
- Note Mounts on an included bracket. Due to the use of untreated aluminum, small variations, marks and may appear over time or when in contact with liquids. The surface will patina over time.
From a design point of view, Jonas Trampedach acquired a great deal of historical knowledge at a young age while working as an international antiques dealer. He went on to study design at Danmarks Design Skole and then did a masters’ degree in Design Products, under the supervision of Ron Arad, Luke Pearson and Michael Marriot among others at the Royal College of Art. In 2010 Jonas set up his Copenhagen based studio, primarily working in the fields of product and furniture design.
Frama is a multi-disciplinary design brand that creates lifestyle objects that inspire the senses and encourage mindful living. With an emphasis on natural materials, simple geometries, and uncompromising quality, Frama’s work connects the imaginative with the practical, resulting in a uniquely warm and honest aesthetic.