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Designed by Jonas Trampedach for Frama, the Rivet Typecase is a compartmentalised aluminium wall shelf with distinct and varying sections created for storing and displaying your most cherished objects. Thanks to the separate backplate it is easy (and already prepared) to mount on the wall. The Rivet Typecase will fit seamlessly into any room without taking up lots of space. 

Based on the traditional hand construction technique of riveting, the Rivet Series is made of laser-cut raw aluminium sheets, hereafter joined together by hand using a basic hammer tool. The traditional riveting technique takes advantage of the aluminium's softness making it easy to shape. Hand-made in a local workshop, the designs will show natural irregularities. In keeping with the purity of the design and honest construction, the aluminium is left untreated. The raw aluminium surface will develop its own and unique graceful patina over time.

The Frama's Rivet Collection is a series of both functional and aesthetically striking pieces suitable for any room or space.

Rivet Typecase

Rivet Typecase

by Frama

Regular price £560.00 GBP
Regular price £700.00 GBP Sale price £560.00 GBP
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Technical Information

Dimensions:-
Width: 44.6 cm, Height: 44.6 cm, Depth: 16.1 cm

Materials/Construction

Untreated raw aluminium with slightly bevelled edges.

Made in: Lithuania

Please Note: Due to the use of untreated aluminium, variations and marks will occur. Stains will appear upon the surface when in contact with liquids. 

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Designed by Jonas Trampedach for Frama, the Rivet Typecase is a compartmentalised aluminium wall shelf with distinct and varying sections created for storing and displaying your most cherished objects. Thanks to the separate backplate it is easy (and already prepared) to mount on the wall. The Rivet Typecase will fit seamlessly into any room without taking up lots of space. 

Based on the traditional hand construction technique of riveting, the Rivet Series is made of laser-cut raw aluminium sheets, hereafter joined together by hand using a basic hammer tool. The traditional riveting technique takes advantage of the aluminium's softness making it easy to shape. Hand-made in a local workshop, the designs will show natural irregularities. In keeping with the purity of the design and honest construction, the aluminium is left untreated. The raw aluminium surface will develop its own and unique graceful patina over time.

The Frama's Rivet Collection is a series of both functional and aesthetically striking pieces suitable for any room or space.

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    Jonas Trampedach

    This product is designed by
    Jonas Trampedach

    After graduating from The Royal College of Art, London in 2009, Jonas Trampedach established his design studio in Copenhagen, focusing on products, furniture and lighting.

    The studio has a varied approach when working with materials, processes and techniques, to create work that spans design for mass production to limited editions and unique pieces. Jonas Trampedach's work is based on clear legible principles, often with a sculptural quality. While the majority of his projects can be defined as industrial design, many of these also tend to incorporate elements of craft.