Designed by Alberto Marcos
Impluvium is a game. Between light and shadow. Between water and fire. A candleholder conceived from the single pitched roof image of a house, and imagining the candle as the fireplace that lights the home. To understaEditarnd that without fire, water stops to exist and viceversa. The wax rain, will fallo ver the roof. The compluvium’s light over the space that the user will Build on his table. And it might end up being an impluvium, when several pieces group around.
Designed by Antonio Serrano
These candleholders is inspired in Ziggurats, singular buildings of the ancient city of Babylon. A symbol that allowed them to communicate with their Gods.