While these Piled Stones Candlesticks have been inspired by natural forms, there is definitely an aesthetic element of contrived composition present in each and every one of them. Sure, the designer might have arranged the rocky components into more natural stacks, but this method better represents the thoughtful design behind the decorative items.
Stoneware was used to manufacture some of the contemporary candle holders, but other very different materials such as stained wood, mirrors and injection-molded glass were used as well. Silver and brass plating is visible in some of the pieces too. The rounded geometric blocks of the Piled Stones Candlesticks have been heaped curiously and precariously by Sebastian Jansson to take towering shapes that look ready to collapse. Such is not what one would want when there is a flame present, but this makes the overall effect completely captivating.
The Piled Stones Candlesticks Embody an Otherworldly Organic Aesthetic
1. Organic Aesthetic - Designing products with an otherworldly organic aesthetic offers disruptive innovation opportunities in the home decor industry.
2. Mixed Material - Exploring unconventional materials like stained wood, mirrors, and injection-molded glass presents disruptive innovation opportunities in the candle holder manufacturing industry.
3. Stacked Design - Creating candle holders with stacked and precarious designs opens up disruptive innovation opportunities in the decorative items market.
1. Home Decor - The trend of organic aesthetic in candle holders creates opportunities for disruptive innovation in the home decor industry.
2. Candle Holder Manufacturing - The use of mixed materials in candle holder manufacturing presents disruptive innovation opportunities in the industry.
3. Decorative Items - The stacked design of candle holders offers disruptive innovation opportunities in the decorative items market.