In Nordic mythology, Heima means home or world, but Heima is also the name of the new candlestick by Normann Copenhagen.
Heima is a cast iron candle holder designed by Francis Cayouette with a minimalist, Nordic design.
In his interpretation of the classic candlestick, Francis Cayouette was inspired by the Nordic culture of the open fireplace and the artistic movement of the fifties, working with cast iron.
The result is a candlestick with a recognisable design that pays tribute to craftsmanship and Nordic traditions. The rough, almost cold surface gives the candlestick Heima character, while the rounded shapes give it a modern design.
Francis Cayouette himself says: "Crafting must have a re-recognition and a history. The Nordic tradition of lighting and comfort through open fireplace has always fascinated me, and work on the candlestick was a choice that offered itself as a matter of course. Cast iron is an exciting raw material that has been in use for many years. It is easy to touch and gives the candlestick contours. The candlestick Heima is simple and does not steal anyone's show, but instead provides space for its real function, that is to say the open fire. "
The minimalist candlestick is made of cast iron and has been created for a cosy get-together in a friendly atmosphere. It is handcrafted and can be easily integrated into modern as well as classic decor.
To clean the Heima candle holder, Normann Copenhagen recommends warm water and a dry cloth. If there is unwanted wax on Heima, place the product on a layer of baking paper in the oven. After five minutes at about 250°C, remove Heima from the oven and wipe off the remaining wax. Warning: The object will be very hot.