‘framed’ by mischer’traxler for kvadrat’s hallingdal project 65 kvadrat hallingdal fabric, oak, grey varnish image by angela moore mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat

‘framed’ is a collection of interior objects developed by vienna-based studio mischer’traxler designed for danish textile company kvadrat and their hallingdal project 65. the concept references picture-framing where several sheets of colorful fabric are clamped within wooden mounts. the material is held in position only by pressure and friction which allows changeability through swapping textiles and also permits complete disassembly into all the different components for recycling. grey is chosen for the timber structure to ensure that the cloth is the sole vibrant ingredient for the furniture, which can be layered and arranged in varying ways.

mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat detail image by angela moore

mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat process image image by mischer’traxler

mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat process image image by mischer’traxler

mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat color swatches image by mischer’traxler

mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat dimensions image by mischer’traxler

mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat models of the concept image by mischer’traxler

mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat sketch image by mischer’traxler

mischer'traxler: framed for kvadrat sketch image by mischer’traxler