HANGIT FRAME NATURAL

Designer:  Paul Loebach, Sung Wook Park

£20.00

A casual way to display favorite photos, kid’s art, and other mementos. The open display and clip hanging mechanism make it a breeze to keep this frame up to date with all your latest keepsakes. Designed with 5 rows of twine and 40 clips for ample display space.

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A casual way to display favorite photos, kid’s art, and other mementos. The open display and clip hanging mechanism make it a breeze to keep this frame up to date with all your latest keepsakes. Designed with 5 rows of twine and 40 clips for ample display space.

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Description
  • Frame has five rows of cords twine and includes 40 wooden clips
  • Made of natural wood
  • Can be mounted horizontally or vertically. Comes with mounting hardware
  • Measures 30 x 26 x 1 1/2" (76.2 x 66 x 3.8 cm)


ITEM NUMBER: 315000-390
MATERIAL: Natural Wood
DIMENSIONS: 30 x 26 x 1 1/2" (76.2 x 66 x 3.8 cm)
PATENTS: EU Design No. 002278663-0004, China Design Patent No. CN 302719444 S
Paul Loebach

Paul Loebach is a furniture and product designer based in New York City and Berlin. Paul’s background comes from traditional woodworking, handed down from a lineage of family craftsmen. He applies...

Paul Loebach is a furniture and product designer based in New York City and Berlin. Paul’s background comes from traditional woodworking, handed down from a lineage of family craftsmen. He applies his hands-on approach to a design philosophy that covers a range of industrially-manufactured objects--from furniture and lighting to everyday household products. Paul’s design focuses on materials, experience and the emotive meaning of objects. His practice stems from a belief that each design presents a unique opportunity to invoke change, and to adapt objects to the functional needs of our ever-evolving lifestyles.

Sung Wook Park

Born in Seoul, Korea, Sung Wook discovered from a young age a desire to construct things and work with his hands. He went on to graduate at the top of the Industrial...

Born in Seoul, Korea, Sung Wook discovered from a young age a desire to construct things and work with his hands. He went on to graduate at the top of the Industrial Design Program at Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) University and win first prize in Driving Design, a Canadian student design competition put on by Umbra and Audi. His passion for creating and building follows him even outside of work, where he loves working with Lego® and other modular building sets. At Umbra, Sung Wook is striving to create unique impressions through his designs; delving into infinite possibilities and redesigning common products, with the goal of helping people find excitement in everyday life.

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