Zaha Hadid’s characteristic style and approach to architecture and design has been ferlected and translated into a collection named ‘Collection 2016’. The collection contains a series of homeware such as candles, diffusers, table sets and vases that have been produced using innovative techniques crafted by artisans across Europe.
Collection 2016 utilizes contrast as a key element which explores both the use of color and materiality. Traditional bone china and ceramic using highlights the fluid forms and Zaha Hadid’s characteristic design aesthetic.
‘The Solis’ scented candles having a ‘tidal’ exterior with a lattice structure through the interior color, so it can be seen. Each candle is finely fragraced and has its own distinctive personality; available in three versions.
‘The Prime’ scented candles embrace the solid form of fine ceramic multi-purpose container and delicately blended and fragranced premium soy and paraffin wax. At first, it seems as an opaque satin surface, the underlying translucency of prime’s fine ceramic structure can be seen as the wax melts away.
‘The Bone’ reflects Zaha Hadid’s fascination with supremastism.The creation of the set was inspired by the Russian Abstract Movement and it is characterised by different geometric shapes.
‘The Illusion’, reflecting Zaha Hadid’s interest of illusions and puzzles. The graceful fluidity of the lines on the set plays with eyes in to seeing a vortex-like 3D form.
‘The Shimmer Tea Lights’ are solid glass holders; reflecting and refracting the light from the flame and cast mysterious and enchanting shadows
‘The Serenity’ bowl is available in two sizes and formed in highly reflective stainless steel. Its organic shape and sophisticated lines is the duality of its gentle undulations.
‘The Braid’ black and white vases were influenced by skyscrapers and also reflect Zaha Hadid’s interest to complex geometry. The vase duo is majestic and sculptural with their meticulously crafted fine bone china and fine reflective glaze finishings.