• Adam Stool H50
  • Adam Stool H50
  • Adam Stool H50
  • Adam Stool H50
  • Adam Stool H50
  • Adam Stool H50
  • Adam Stool H50

Adam Stool H50

Frama

Regular price € 250,00
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Inspired by the artist’s studio and the craftsmen’s workshop; in the industrial Adam Stool H50 functionality and simplicity are elegantly combined. It is easy to move the stool around with one hand by grasping the hole in the seat.

The H50 refers to the height, this one is the shortest of the Adam family. It measures 35x25 and a 50cm height. All Adam stools have the same seating dimensions, only the heights differs.

Details:
Measures 25 x 35 x 50 cm
Features powder-coated steel frame, oak seat
Please note, the seat may change over time as it is made of natural material
Lead time is 2-4 weeks.

Frama Adam Stool

The Adam Stool collection is inspired by industrial design, an artist's studio, and a workshop. The functionality and simplicity of the design, combined with strong materials, gives this stool a structural and utilitarian approach. The Adams work well as a regular stool, dining stool, side table or for different use in workspaces. As such it fits a regular dining table or desk.

Toke Lauridsen for Frama

The Adam Stools are by the design of Toke Lauridsen. For Frama he designed a range of stools that are all both elegantly light as sturdy and functional. Although Frama’s collection is designed by various designers the collection forms a cohesive whole. Frama designs have a focus on natural materials, simple geometry and an appreciation of permanency.

Cleaning and Maintenance

A little care goes a long way. The seat of this stool is made of solid oak which has been oiled twice. To keep it clean just use a damp cloth; preferably only use water because chemicals in cleaning products can damage the wood.

To keep the wood in top shape we recommend oiling the stool twice a year. Never pour the oil directly onto the wood but apply it to a soft cloth and rub it into the wood. Go with the grain of the wood treating the entire piece, both top and underside of the wood and let it soak for two hours. Then rub off the excess oil until a uniform surface is obtained before letting it dry.

Frama & Misc-Store Amsterdam

Frama Studio operates in various creative feels and directions from furniture, Lightning, Apothecary, Books, Apparel and Kitchens. They all have in common that they focus on natural materials, simple geometry and a general appreciation of permanency.

The pieces within the collections signal a return to basics, where the design appearance aims to be honest and simplified. Working within the area of design archetypes, Frama represents a graphical and straight forward aesthetic approach to design.

At Misc-store Amsterdam the Frama Collection consists of Shelf Library, the Eiffel Pendant Lamp, their iconic Adam Stools and Bench as you can find at our local coffee hang out Toki.

About Frama

Frama at Misc-store Amsterdam

What do you think about when you choose furniture for your office? What materials is a piece made of, how does it sit in space? Does it complement — or contrast — with its surroundings? What will it look like in 5 years, or 10 years, or a generation from now? “It’s alright to wait for the right object to come, instead of going to a warehouse and buying all your furniture,” says Frama co-founder Niels Strøyer Christophersen. He’s talking about his elegant Copenhagen apartment, but he may as well be talking Frama Studio’s attitude to design.

Developing their ranges slowly and carefully, Frama take years to flesh the tiniest of details out. The resulting furniture forms look just as elegant against the confines 19th-century drawing room as they might against a rolling Zaha Hadid hyperspace, using natural Nordic materials to blend mid-century modern sensibilities with contemporary innovations. It’s a down-to-earth attitude, and we’re perfectly charmed by the approach. Looking for a piece that will last for years is an important endeavour. Understanding the fine details of what makes a piece timeless is something that Frama has down to an art. 

We’re thrilled to be stocking carefully selected office furniture from Frama’s catalogue in our Amsterdam store and online. We love their tactile, thoughtful approach to what a working space can look like, and for us, we think the right object might have just come.


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