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Even though the Triangolo chair was created several decades ago it goes hand in hand with the Frama principles of strong geometric forms and simple lines.
- Per Holland, Denmark (c. 1989)
- Untreated Stainless Steel
- Made in Lithuania
- Height 691mm / 27.2"
- Seat Height 450mm / 17.7"
- Depth 400mm / 15.7"
- Width 480mm / 18.9"
- Notes Untreated metal to allow for a natural patina to develop over time. Stainless steel must be kept clean for a long material life. For routine cleaning ph-neutral soap and water is sufficient applied with a sponge or cloth. This is likely to be needed only 1-2 times a year, as this material is quite resistant to oxidation and retention of residue. After cleaning the stainless steel should be washed thoroughly and dried with a soft cloth in the direction of the grain to prevent streaking.
Per Holland Bastrup (b. 1949 in Copenhagen, Denmark) lives and works in Copenhagen. In 1983 Per graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts' School of Architecture (Dept. Knud Holscher) and since 1986 has had his own design studio, where he works with architecture, furniture, exhibitions and recycled objects.
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.