menorahmorph

by Karim Rashid $39.00



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Forward-Looking Tradition

Commissioned by The Jewish Museum in New York to celebrate its centennial, this menorah by famed designer Karim Rashid celebrates ancient tradition with ultra-modern design. The design is forward-looking in its heat resistant, silicone material and bright orange color, but echoes the past with a form that suggests melting candle wax. Comes with matching Hanukkah candles. Made in Hong Kong.

  • details
Item ID
20064
Made from
silicone, stainless steel
Measurements
11" W x 3.25" H
Notes
Includes 45 candles (mix of white, blue and pink) sufficient for one holiday celebration. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
  • the maker

KarimRashid

Karim Rashid was born in Cairo, Egypt in 1960, and grew up mainly in Canada. He received a Bachelor of Industrial Design in 1982 from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. He pursued graduate study in Italy, and then moved back to Canada. Several years later, he opened his own practice in New York in 1993. His current studio is located just a few blocks away from Uncommon Goods! Karim's extensive body of work includes designs for furniture, lighting, electronic products, fashion, art, and space design.

His clients include: Nambe, Umbra, Idee, Issey Miyake, Totem, Pure Design, Zeritalia, Fasem, Guzzini, Estee Lauder, Tommy Hilfiger, Giorgio Armani, Sony, Magis, Leonardo, Zanotta, Prada, Maybelline, Yahoo, George Kovac, Citibank, Nienkamper, YSL, and others. Karim has over 70 objects in permanent collections and his work has been exhibited at renowned museums throughout the world, as well as in private galleries.

He has received numerous awards, including: Canadian Design Hero 2001, the Daimler Chrysler 1999 Award, the George Nelson Award 1999, the Silver IDEA Award 1999, the Philadelphia Museum of Art Collaborative Award 1999, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art Designer of the Year 1998.

His work has been published in many design journals, and periodicals, including The New York Times, GQ, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, House and Home, House and Garden, Metropolitan Home, New York Magazine, and Food and Wine.

He was a full time Associate Professor of Industrial Design for ten years at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pratt Institute, RISD, and the Ontario College of Art, lectures internationally, and has just released a book of his works.

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