Kähler's Nobili is a series of beautiful tealight holders and cones for hanging, which set the mood for traditional holidays with a warm, homely light. The cones and tealight holders ooze cosy atmosphere, and the beautiful geometric shapes are perfect for decorating even the most minimalist Christmas home, where you can see the light come to life through the hand-cut candle holes and projecting different shapes on the home's many surfaces. Nobili Advent candlesticks and cones are designed in contemporary colours, and the many hand-cut light holes make the series the perfect light source for evenings.
Nobili’s modern interpretation of Christmas traditions also includes a decoration ball for hanging in the window, which, like the candlesticks, has lots of hand-cut holes spread casually across the entire surface to create a unique and playful play of light. The design plays with the shiny and tactile glaze, which is offset by the raw, unglazed ceramic that characterises both candlesticks and hanging decorations. The Nobili series' play with the surfaces matches the tactile megatrend of the time, while the series maintains Kähler’s 180-year tradition of craftsmanship. Here the play between ceramics and glaze is the focal point – generation after generation.
The Nobili series’ beautiful, ultra-elegant tealight holders draw inspiration from the Scandinavian winter forest, and through the hand-cut candle holes, the light comes to life and projects different shapes on the many surfaces of the home with a clear reference to wonderful snowdrifts and snow-covered trees and mountains. You can create a personal display with the Nobili series tealight holders in a stylised cone shape and geometric spherical shape together with the other elements in the Nobili series or just display the individual tealight holders as decoration. With or without candles, the candlestick is incredibly decorative and sculptural.
Designers Mette Bache and Barbara Bendix Becker have designed the series based on a desire to bring a playful expression to December’s interior design with handmade Christmas traditions in ceramics. And by combining Kähler’s ceramic origins and the Nordic Christmas in a common design formula, they have created a modern classic where the hand-cut holes are what give Kähler Nobili a unique and evocative look, inspired by Kähler’s handmade design traditions.
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Bache & Bendix Becker
Mette Bache and Barbara Bendix Becker both graduated from the Danish School of Design in 1996 and have since become the design duo R7B Copenhagen. They have worked for many years with a number of well-known companies and various exhibition projects. Recently, the two designers have discovered the endless possibilities of ceramics, and they both have a passion for reinterpreting old objects and giving them new life through a contemporary design. And when it comes to handmade design traditions, ceramics are a fantastic material to work with.Read more here