A weighty little cube machined from solid brass with a hole that can be used to hold incense sticks, feathers or dried flowers.


Part of the same family as the cone and the ball, all designed to occupy the same volume of space (approx 8000 cubic milimeters).

Brass Cube

  • Inspired by the simple forms that come from ancient casting techniques used in Takaoka, Japan. We wanted to see what this simple little cube of brass would be like if made by modern UK manufacturing methods.