Vestalia – Candle light that can be ignited and extinguished by a switch

Some projects come unnoticed but they deserve to be in the CAN archive. Created by Stefan Schwabe sometime last year, Vestalia is an automated candle light which runs in an enclosed environment under a bell jar. The candle can be ignited and extinguished by a switch. This is achieved by air that circulates using fans, while smoke gets filtered and blown away. "Vestalia illustrates the mixed blessing of technification. Thus it may be regarded as a future gadget conserving the romantic past."

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