Tantalizingly, a sphere, an angle and a rod meet In Brooklyn designer Colin King’s centerpiece candle holder. This award-winning statement, from Danish house Menu, intersects dramatic asymmetry. The graphic finishes—polished brass or matte black—enhance its exaggerated proportions at more than 2 feet high and nearly 3 feet in length. Beyond its prosaic function to hold a taper, the deceptively simple geometric form doubles as an intriguing tabletop sculpture.
$350 – $530 based on final options selected
16.3" h x 27.6" w x 5.1" d (41.5x70x13cm)
Polished brass or painted steel
Finish: Black, Polished Brass