New plans and collections by Frama

While the team at Frama is preparing an all new experience at the Frama store for the next season, I thought of showing you the latest additions to their ever expanding collection. I have always loved the industrial character of the Eiffel lamp and need to confess I have one in a box for a long time waiting for the right place and time. If you love seeing more of Frama and their different projects have a look here at all my previous blog stories and styling.

The latest addition to the Eiffel series is the Single Eiffel lamp and I fell in love with the lamp all over again! Designed by Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen, I would describe them as Minimal Chic with the simple form and the brass detail that functions as a dimmer.

As Frama explains:’In balance between construction and form, the new additions to the Eiffel Series are made with simplicity in mind. The softly diffused light is dimmable, making the lamp suitable for any space and available in two sizes, 500 and 1000 mm.  



New also the AML Lamp collection, which celebrates the pure industrial aesthetic and the poetic charm of a classic light bulb. Known for creating rigorous and refined architecture, Andreas Martin-Löf has designed a series of lamps intending to add personality and practicality to the work desk, bedside, or the living room

The Clamp Lamp is a small lighting fixture composed of a folded metal clamp and a molded light holder. It can easily be fixed to a bookshelf, a table, windowsill, or even on a pile of magazines.


The Library Lamp is composed of a combination of folded metal body and light holder to create a bookend. It can be placed on the shelf or the desk, either as a bookend or as a free-standing fixture.

Pictures by Frama // first picture by Niels Strøyer Christophersen