By Vittorio Locatelli 2004. Red painted aluminium cast candleholder.
Tenochtitlan is a candelabrum with organic shapes designed by Vittorio Locatelli. Tenochtitlan was the capital of the legendary people of the Aztecs and gives its name to this candlestick made of cast aluminum painted red. It seems that the branches grow from the foot to host in their top some candles, in a design that remembers coral reefs in the Pacific.
Tenochtitlan by Driade official dealer, 2 years warranty.
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- Vittorio Locatelli