9.5° Chair

£710
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Description

9.5° started out as an iconic chair. The icon was experimented on repeatedly to explore all aspects of something as simple as a chair, with the purpose of creating an entirely new chair.


The ambition was to create an object in the borderland between art and design.


Sculptural, yet functional. 9.5° is part of the permanent collection at Trapholt Museum in Denmark, as well as a museum chair at the


Knut Hamsun Museum in Norway. In 2014 it won the award for Furniture of the year.


Design by Rasmus B. Fex, 2014. Signature Collection.

Size Guide

H850


SH450


D400 mm

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Delivery

This item ships to Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany , Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom Asia: Cyprus, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Korea, Taiwan North America: United States, Canada.

Returns

Frama takes the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. As with all made-to-order items, sales are final and not eligible for returns or exchanges. 

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  • Frama
    • ESTABLISHED 2009
    • FOUNDER Niels Strøyer Christophersen
    • ORIGIN Copenhagen
    • KNOWN FOR Furniture, Lighting, Apothecary, Books, Apparel and Homeware
  • Within the four different collections of Permanent, Studio, St.Pauls and the new Study collection – Copenhagen-based Frama studio operates in various creative fields and directions from furniture, lighting, apothecary, books and apparel to kitchens and homeware.

  • Across all disciplines, Frama focus on natural materials, simple geometry and a general appreciation of permanency to create a range of timeless and elegant products. The pieces within each collection also signal a return to basics, where the design appearance aims to be honest, refined and sophisticated.