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Brass candle holder by studio inbetween

Design | October 12, 2016 |

Brass candle holder by Studio inbetweenImage courtesy of studio inbetween

Brass candle holder by studio inbetween

Studio inbetween, founded by industrial designer Kiseung Lee, engages variety of design field range from accessory to living interior design project. Among their accessories worth mentioning the innovative and versatile “brass candle holder” that follow at perfection the philosophy of studio inbetween. “Beyond adapting material and its feeling with conventional way, focusing on character, reinterpreting and transferring its value, essence into spiritual and practical aspects, we can feel and sense profound, diversified spectrum of which coexist between each element has and create with another“.

 

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“In terms of that, brass has more than its composition. Brass enable us to reflect our sense of beauty, have a sense of pondering, handle existing objects with different perspective and texture, and define environment surround us, re-define and refine our lives better way through its appearance and aura which generated by its material either physical and non physical way. We belive in that this is alchemy, art of liberating parts of the Cosmos from temporal existence and achieving perfection which, for metals is gold, and for man, longevity, then immortality and, finally, redemption“.

 

Brass candle holder by Studio inbetweenImage courtesy of studio inbetween

 

Borders should be flexible – but even better, they should extend and adapt to your own particular environment, much like this candle holder designed by inbetween. The Cell Ø88 Candle Tray arrives flat-packed, with brass outer rings that pull up into a delicate chain-link structure, as tall or small as you like. Manufactured with minimum waste with reasoning production, the brass’s subdued gloss, exquisite completeness provide feeling of retro, antique and suitability than abundance, modesty than fancy. Lighting on handcrafted candle holder adds grace and genuine mood amid pursuit of nomadic and compact life style.

 

Brass candle holder by Studio inbetweenImage courtesy of studio inbetween

 

 

Brass candle holder by Studio inbetweenImage courtesy of studio inbetween

 

 

Brass candle holder by Studio inbetweenImage courtesy of studio inbetween

 

 

Brass candle holder by Studio inbetweenImage courtesy of studio inbetween

 

more. studio-inbetween.com

 

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