Frame shelving collection by Danish design brand by Lassen comprises 2D-looking square boxes framed in bold and black cubic outlines. The simple and modular series was recently re-edited from an original design of Mogens Lassen in 1943.
Frame boxes can be used as a single nightstand or combined into a classic shelf for the living room… But also transformed into unique sculptures for eclectic interiors. “You decide the ultimate look” say at by Lassen.
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The flexible shelving design system can be composed in endless solutions. The collection comes in 6 sizes and it is available in white, shades of grey and stone beige. Each single module can be hung directly on the wall, stacked or stand on its own on the floor.
The whole Frame collection is made in oak or blackstained beech and it is crafted in Denmark. Each single piece is available with or without a door and a push-button shaped handle.
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“We have worked on Frame for a long time. It was important for us to create a product that is in the spirit of Mogens Lassen, but which also has contemporary functions” says Nadia Lassen, great-granddaughter of architect Mogens Lassen and co-owner of by Lassen.
by Lassen is a Danish brand that owns the rights to the designs of Mogens and Flemming Lassen, two of Denmark’s greatest architects. The brothers’ iconic architecture linkes Arne Jacobsen with Le Corbusier, Cubist art with Modernist architecture.
“We are a family business with a simple mission: to carry the Lassen legacy forward. Because good design lives on through new generations” say at by Lassen.
Frame recently won the German Design Award 2016. The German Design Council gave to by Lassen the special prize “for works whose design features particularly successful sub-aspects or solutions – an award that honours the commitment of companies and designers”.