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Αριστοτέλης Μπαράκος

The Sermon candle holder takes its name, because of its strict form in combination with the material, that reminds a ritual artifact. It is inspired by the Brutalist architectural movement which emerged in the 1950’s and it’s known for the raw simple forms, exposed materials and structural elements of the buildings. The candleholder consists of three identical parts of welded brass tubes which are connected at their base with a 4th part. The design is developed that way, in order to simplify the manufacturing process and logistics. The final product will be transported and stored at the selling points disassembled in flat packs and the customers can assemble them very easy, by using three screws

Designer info

Αριστοτέλης Μπαράκος

Aristotelis Barakos is an award-winning product designer. He works in every scale, from small utilitary objects to large projects, with a focus on the experiences and emotions his designs help create.

Aristotelis Barakos was born in Munich in 1984, where he grew up in a men’s tailoring family. At the age of ten he moved to Athens, which helped him develop the ability to assimilate different cultural influences. He originally studied physics, but his aptitude in making things led him to the world of design and to study product design. Right after graduating in 2013, he put his experience in hands-on experimentation and understanding of how things are made into practice, supported by a network of craftsmen and experts.

By constantly embracing new challenges, he has created products for Greek and international companies and start-ups. 

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