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Bucatini Candle Holder (Grass Green)
(a.o.t.)

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Sale price147 €
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new designer

The Bucatini candle holder exudes elegance and charm with its hand-crafted design and vibrant grass green color. Each piece is meticulously made of aluminum, adding a touch of sophistication to any space. Part of the Primi collection, this candle holder is a testament to local craftsmanship and unique design.

Inspired by the rich history and versatility of aluminum, the Bucatini candle holder is not just a functional piece, but a conversation starter. Its sleek and polished look makes it a perfect addition to any room, whether as a standalone decor piece or as a centerpiece on a dining table.

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(a.o.t.) is a conceptual design enterprise based in Copenhagen. With an insatiable curiosity, they strive to prioritize contemporary relevance and the stories that need to be told within the things they output – from collections to one-off pieces. They spawn things that do not hide within their own utilitarianism and intend for them to be more than temporary supernumeraries in our lives — to challenge our perception of the things themselves. They insist on their production being in Denmark (unless conceptual thought dictates otherwise), for environmental, geo-political, economical, and socio-relational reasons.
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Size: 35 x 30 x 31 (approx.)

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Size: 35 x 30 x 31 (approx.)

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(a.o.t.) is a conceptual design enterprise based in Copenhagen. With an insatiable curiosity, they strive to prioritize contemporary relevance and the stories that need to be told within the things they output – from collections to one-off pieces. They spawn things that do not hide within their own utilitarianism and intend for them to be more than temporary supernumeraries in our lives — to challenge our perception of the things themselves. They insist on their production being in Denmark (unless conceptual thought dictates otherwise), for environmental, geo-political, economical, and socio-relational reasons.

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