Cell Candle Holder Small

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Year
2018

The Cell collection of stainless steel candle-holders draw inspiration from the replication and growth of cellular organisms – the insertion points, or the ‘nuclei’, are unified by a dramatic, reflective landscape. These processes found in nature are often embodied in the design process, as the objects are developed and considered in relation to each other, and never in isolation.  

As a result, the collection invites the user to multiply, reconfigure and stack the different elements in modules which can be adapted to any environment.

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Dimensions
Length
21
cm
Depth
10
cm
Height
3
cm
Materials

Polished Stainless Steel

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Cell Candle Holder Small

Cell Candle Holder Small

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Cell Candle Holder Small

Zaha Hadid Studio

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Zaha Hadid Design (ZHD) was established in 2006 by the celebrated architect Zaha Hadid. Her vision was to push the boundaries of contemporary design by embracing the latest technological and material advances.

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The Zaha Hadid Design Studio has always been an integral part of Zaha Hadid Architects. When Zaha Hadid launched Zaha Hadid Design in 2006, the goal was to channel Hadid's bold legacy within the dialogue of contemporary design by interpreting both the present and the future.

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