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Kubus 4 Candleholder

Designed by Mogens Lassen

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Item Number: 5178
$225.00 $157.50
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A pioneer of Danish functionalism, architect Mogens Lassen approached his design work with mathematical precision. His Kubus Candleholder (1962) is a reaction against traditional candlesticks, which he saw as overly ornate and convoluted. Consisting of only the outline of a cube, it is a simple and angular design. Made of copper-plated steel, the Kubus is polished by hand, making each one unique. Like all copper, the Kubus will develop a rich green patina over time, or it can be polished to maintain its original luster. This licensed classic has been brought back into production by the designer’s grandson, Søren Lassen. Candles not included. Made in Denmark.

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Dimensions

H 8" W 5.75" D 5.75"

Materials

Copper-plated steel.

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