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Kubus 4 candleholder white | By Lassen

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Description:The iconic Kubus candleholder was designed by Mogens Lassens in 1962 in a sharp sens of contemporary Functionalist style. The piece was once reserved soley for family and close architect colleagues. [...] Read All


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Name

Kubus 4 candleholder white | By Lassen

Year of collection

1964

THE DESIGNER

MOGENS LASSEN

Measures

H 14 x W 14 x P 14 cm

Material

Steel laquered

Dishwasher

No

Cod.

10104

EAN

5711879000040

The iconic Kubus candleholder was designed by Mogens Lassens in 1962 in a sharp sens of contemporary Functionalist style. The piece was once reserved soley for family and close architect colleagues. 

The collection includes 4 models designed to hold 1, 2, 4 or 8 candles and presents the same structure of other of Mogens Lassen's collections. The particular focus on detail and craftmanship inconscously creates an harmonic expression between the single pieces when placed together. 

Kubus is still produced in Denmark and has become among architects and design experts a modern international design icon. 

Cleaning: Place the candleholder in the oven at 75 degrees celsius upside down on a baking sheet covered with parchment for 15-20 minutes. Follow by polishing with a moistened cloth. Please note: Do not use boiling hot water, scrub sponges or other sharp/scratchy objects. We recommend that you do not let the candles burn the whole way down to the bottom of the candlestick holder as this may discolour or damage the paintwork on your product.

MOGENS LASSEN

Architect Mogens Lassen (1901-1987) is among the greatest and most influential of Danish architects, a pioneer of Danish Functionalism, and is internationally renowned for his characteristic architecture. Mogens Lassen was inspired by the German design school Bauhaus, and its geometric shapes recur often in his iconic designs. While still only a child, Mogens Lassen knew that he would one day become an architect. He was born to it. He purchased books about architecture with his pocket money and surveying and sketching buildings was his hobby. 
Since he was dyslexic and funds were limited, Mogens Lassen entered the world of architecture through apprenticeship. However, he closely followed the academic sector and turned his skills to the projects awarded to his friends and colleagues Ole Wanscher, Arne Jacobsen and Hans Bretton-Meyer. Mogens Lassen was asked to join the renowned studio [...]
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