Ever faithful to her habit of keeping a flower at her bedside, Råman explored different interpretations of the same concept between 1968 and 1995: a slim single-flower glass vase, with a clever reversable insert transforming it into a candleholder. All these years later, Holocene No. 7 revisits this concept, adding a polished steel base that echoes and amplifies the reflective qualities of the glass body.
Behind Holocene No. 7’s apparent simplicity lies a meticulous attention to lines, proportions and space. Its almost imperceptibly tapered body grants it a grace that is more sensed than noticed; meanwhile, the base’s hidden extra layer creates an illusion of floating, an overall lightness that adds poetic qualities to any flower, candle or tea light on display.
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