True Colours Vases
True Color vase from &Tradition is available in several models that all play with colors, materials and contrasts. The vases are designed by Lex Pott and are made in different oxidized metals like copper, steel, brass and aluminum. The metal tube is first oxidized to obtain its distinct color. A thin layer is then milled off to create a contrast between the oxidized and milled finish of the metal. It´s then finally covered with a lacquer to avoid further oxidation. A wonderful and new-thinking vase that becomes as beautiful with as without flowers!
TRICOLORE - STUDIO SEBASTIAN HERKER FOR &TRADITION
Sebastian Herkner graduated from the University of Art and Design in Offenbach. Since opening his own studio in 2006, he continues to explore unique possibilities with colour, natural materials and textural effects. The Tricolore vases are a fantastic fusion of colour, ingenuity and artisanry. each set is comprised of two cylindrical glass vases of different heights, each in a different colour. pair them together and you have a third colour – hence the name.
721 grams candle holder
Elegant, minimalistic and gracious are the keywords for the 721 grams candleholder from the Danish brand &Tradition. The candleholder is made of solid brass and got its name from the designer, Isabell Gatzen, who wanted to emphasize the importance of quality and the choice of material. The mirror polished surface, the candleholder looks just as good without candles in.
Ever since it was established in 1964 in Cicognara, Mantova, the company has pursued its mission of making the most of professionalism, service and above all an endless product research, striving for improvement, innovation and originality. The collections contains art blended with daily life icons, objects that send a message of shape, function while conveying to end users the possibility to create a unique, personal, fun lifestyle.
OCTAEVO is a Mediterranean inspired brand in Barcelona creating refined products for the desk and home.
Rabbit Glass Bell
Use the bells to highlight personal treasures or cover scented candles.
Heavy Eyes is a Brooklyn based object and accessory design studio founded by Matt Cavanaugh and Kathleen Scudder.
Fort Standard is a New York based contemporary design studio founded by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings in 2011. Their process is about pushing natural materials beyond conventional limits and applications.
Japanese white enamel containers in three sizes, perfect for storing grains, spices, coffee grounds, etc. The lid has a rubber seal.