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      Weight Here by KiBiSi for Menu. Weight Here is a family of candleholders featuring distinct historic references to the iconic typology of chamber candlesticks and candelabras.

    • JM&Sons

      Cement Products? Candles or lamps?

    • Wick & Tallow

      KiBiSi have used a compound of stone and resin to produce these candle holders for Danish design brand Menu. Titled Weight Here, they are made from Polystone, a mixture of plastic resin and powdered stone often used in kitchen countertops. The objects are intended to reference the shapes of traditional chamber candlesticks and candelabras. We think they are a nice, modern, masculine update to traditional archetypal candlesticks.

    • Kirsty Farrugia

      Menu - geometric tea light holders and clever seat/tray/side table

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