XYZ Integrated Architecture Studio Updates the Hanukkah Staple

 - Jul 30, 2014
Younger Jewish individuals, or those who are simply looking to update their Hanukkah staples, will be drawn to this modern concrete menorah. A raw and industrial take on the iconic nine-branched candelabra that is meant to be lit during the eight-day holiday, the modern concrete menorah is something contemporary people won't want to back up after all is said and done at the end of the year.

Created by XYZ Integrated Architecture, a studio based in Tbilisi, Georgia, the modern concrete menorah is a minimalist structure that does away with the typical stand associated with a more traditional design. Resting directly on the table or shelf, the modern concrete menorah can easily be presented upright when not in use for a decorative element as well as a practical one.