POV Candleholder by Note Design Studio
for Menu

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Product News: Note Design Studio of Stockholm has created a set of wire candle holders that look different depending on where you stand.

POV Candleholder by Note Design Studio for Menu

The candleholders by Note Design Studio for Danish brand Menu are called POV in reference to the filming technique of framing a shot as though through the eyes of one of the characters.

POV Candleholder by Note Design Studio for Menu

"Depending on that point of view, things will change - settings, stories and the way we interpret things," said the designers, likening the effect to the way their product appears to change when seen from different sides.

POV Candleholder by Note Design Studio for Menu

"From some angles it seems like a flat graphical drawing - move around it and suddenly the graphic lines floats in mid air," they said. "Shadows and shapes change, making it a fun object to interact with."

POV Candleholder by Note Design Studio for Menu

The pieces are made of powder-coated steel wire and come in a wall-mounted version for tea lights or a table-top version for tall candles. They're available in white, black, grey, turquoise or terracotta and can be displayed singly or mounted in groups.

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Other products by Note Design Studio include porcelain and wood pendant lamps and mobile trolleys to display shoes at a Camper store.

POV Candleholder by Note Design Studio for Menu

Other candle holders we've featured include candelabras made from a compound of stone and resin by KiBiSi, also for Menu, and a lantern with one glass bubble sitting inside another.

POV Candleholder by Note Design Studio for Menu

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  • dan

    So why not show more viewpoints? 3 or 4 shots of the wall mounted one from pretty much the same angle seems a bit antithetical.

  • Karl

    How does it attach to the wall?

  • pick

    A bit unlucky to photograph the candle holders with products that have such a strong identity. I find them more interesting…