This candle holder is inspired with an unusual appliance found in a traditional Yakutian dwelling and displayed now in The Russian Museum of Ethnography in Saint Petersburg. Odnosvechnik has an adjustable base for a candle, you can move it higher and fix on one of three levels. This provides a perfect candle managment. You can keep the flame on the same level and make a pleasant evening last longer. Product introduced to the public in Ventura Lambtare in Milan as part of Izba project. Izba is a curated project presenting 9 independent Russian designers. Idea of the project is a research and rethinking of Russian traditions of living.
photo: Mitya Ganopolsky (www.mityaganopolsky.com)
Odnosvechnik (candle holder). Marble, wood, 2014