Easy Picture Framing
Excellent design for your home
Timeless and stylish frames put your picture in the limelight. Thanks to the unique magnetic frame principle, framing is child's play. Unlike conventional picture frames, with HALBE magnetic frames you insert your pictures from the front: without twisting and turning, without clamps, without tools.
MAGNETIC FRAMES MEET EVEN THE HIGHEST DEMANDS
You have probably already seen HALBE magnetic frames. Because they hang in renowned museums - for example in the Munch Museum Oslo, the Folkwang Museum Essen or the German Historical Museum Berlin. But photographers, artists and galleries also use them for the appropriate presentation and protection of valuable works. Because they protect against damaging influences such as ultraviolet light or dust.
"A painting without a frame is like a soul without a body."
Vincent van Gogh
AWARD-WINNING DESIGN FOR YOUR HOME
The high-quality look of HALBE magnetic frames has already won many prizes in international design competitions.
CONFIGURE FRAMES EASILY ONLINE
With the HALBE configurator, you can put together your magnetic frame conveniently and precisely on the website. The preview shows you the dimensions, material and colour that you have specified - for frame and passepartout. You can also order examples of materials, surfaces and colours from our sample service.
PERSONAL SERVICE FOR YOU
You would like to have a very specific look or talk to an expert first - we are happy to help. Visit us in Kirchen near Siegen or one of our partners in Berlin or Hamburg. You will receive expert knowledge directly from the professionals and useful tips for designing your picture frame. We will manufacture it for you using the latest technology and traditional craftsmanship - Made in Germany. If you wish, we can also frame your picture for you. After only a few days you will hold your perfectly framed work in your hands.
Floating on a pedestal
YOUR PERSONAL FAVOURITE FRAME
At HALBE you will definitely find the right picture frame. We have developed various types of frames for this purpose. You always have the choice between wood and aluminum, different cross sections and almost 40 standard formats. The most popular model is the HALBE Classic. It is suitable for the classic framing with the glass directly on the picture. It is available with or without passepartout. The HALBE Distance sets the stage for floating pictures or three-dimensional objects. The distance to the glass creates an impressive depth effect.
Tip: A reflection-reducing glass is recommended directly opposite windows. Its matt front reduces annoying reflections.
Sie erhalten Ihren HALBE Magnetrahmen auch millimetergenau nach Maß. Einen Rahmen ohne Passepartout in Sondergröße bestellen Sie am besten circa 1 mm größer als das gemessene Blattformat. So können mögliche Ungenauigkeiten im Papier ausgeglichen werden.
Others did it this way
DESIGN THE ROOM WITH PICTURES AND FRAMES
With the right frame, a picture can really make an impact. In addition to the arrangement on the wall, the look of the frame contributes to this. At HALBE Magnetrahmen you can design the frame to match the picture and style of your home. That is why you can get all models in wood or aluminium as well as in timeless colours. Tip: A passepartout gives the picture additional impact through extra size.
The possibilities of picture presentation are as versatile as the pictures themselves. Just as versatile is the mounting of the pictures in the frame. Depending on the desired presentation of the picture, the material of the object and one's own demand for value preservation, different craft implementations are required.
Beautifully presented - easily mounted
Munch Museum in Oslo
With the start of the construction of the new museum at the harbour in Oslo, the Munch Museum asked itself the initial question about the new framing of Edvard Munch's artworks: "How would Edvard Munch frame his pictures?". Werner Murrer was consulted for the answer. In the course of time, the joint project developed with HALBE-frames.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's photographic work
Until 1 May, the Kirchner Museum in Davos is hosting the exhibition "The Artist as Photographer. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's photographic work". The focus is particularly on the glass and cellulose negatives of the famous expressionist from 1908-1938. As a co-founder of the "Brücke" he laid the foundations for the ...