The book features a selection of objects that have found their way into his life over the years and become special to him.
The talk explored how objects can become profoundly significant to people and how the best design can enhance day-to-day life. The conversation also touched on how the coronavirus pandemic has changed our relationship with the objects around us.
The event was streamed live from the Frama Studio Store in Copenhagen as part of the 3 Days of Design festival.
Talk marked the launch of Perception Form book
The talk marked the launch of Perception Form, which is published by Frama's publishing arm Frama Literature.
During the talk, Christophersen selected some of the objects included in the book, including a ceramic bowl that broke in his suitcase on the way back from Mexico and a small wooden bird that his dad made, and explained their significance to him.
Christophersen also explained how his fascination with objects led to him becoming a designer and how the pieces in the book relate to the products that Frama designs and produces.
Niels Strøyer Christophersen is the founder and creative director of Frama, a multi-disciplinary design brand that creates lifestyle objects that inspire the senses and encourage mindful living.
With an emphasis on natural materials, simple geometries, and uncompromising quality, Frama’s work connects the imaginative with the practical, resulting in a uniquely warm and honest aesthetic.
This talk took place on 14 September in Copenhagen, Denmark, as part of 3 Days of Design. See Dezeen Events Guide for an up-to-date list of architecture and design events taking place around the world.