The Frama x Palsby Cutlery Collection

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A special edition of the original Palsby design from 1989.

Copenhagen-based multidisciplinary design brand Frama makes furniture and lighting with a minimalist design that aims to encourage mindful living. Their new cutlery collection celebrates a classic design created by renowned Danish designer Ole Palsby in 1989. The Frama x Palsby cutlery line reinterprets the original range with a modern twist but preserves its timeless aesthetic. Inspired by Japanese minimalism, the special edition collection showcases the designer’s appreciation for the “fundamental value of purity” as well as his innovative take on traditional designs. Elegant and simple, the cutlery looks beautiful but also seamlessly blends form and function.

Handles boast slightly rounded edges and feel great to hold, while the shape of the fork head and spoon fit standard plates perfectly. Curves complement clean lines, making this set a great choice for dinner parties with friends as well as everyday use. Crafted to last, the collection is made from stainless steel with a matte sand and glass-blasted finish. Frama collaborates with skilled Japanese craftspeople to bring this special edition collection to life, complementing the minimal design with premium quality. The cutlery will also develop a refined patina with use. The new Frama x Palsby cutlery collection comprises a fork, knife, spoon, and teaspoon. A must-have for fans of Danish design, this set complements either simple or more creative plate designs. Photographs© Frama.

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