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Discover: Shelf Library Stainless Steel

Shelf Library Stainless Steel lends a utilitarian aesthetic to the revered collection.

 

Shelf Library Stainless Steel pays tribute to Frama's celebrated and versatile Shelf Library system made from solid oak. Designed by Kim Richardt, this new interpretation is an aesthetic statement embedded with practical functionality which explores a modest approach to materiality.

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Built entirely in stainless steel, the modular storage units are characterized by a minimalistic and sleek look combined with a solid and durable structure — a harmonious dialogue between the lightness of forms and the solidity of materials. 

“Shelf Library Stainless Steel is conceived as a bold statement with a sleek industrial look where the choice of using metal becomes a governing force.”

 

Kim Richardt

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Defined by smooth and linear geometries, Shelf Library Stainless Steel is a practical unit suitable for any living or working space. Thanks to its natural corrosion resistance, it withstands rough and heavy-use applications, whether in wet or dry spaces, indoor or outdoor.

 

 

Fastened with solid steel screws on steel rails, the shelves can easily be placed and restyled in a variety of ways, making them particularly customizable. The shelf’s sleek and industrial appearance is softened by rounded details and a compact structure — an elegant piece to display and store goods and objects.

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Designer: Kim Richardt

 

Kim Richardt is a former blacksmith and a self-taught designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark, where his vintage design furniture boutique resides. Kim’s fascination with Danish Modern, a style of minimalist furniture associated with the Danish design movement of the 1940s and 1950s, is often influential in his work.