Creative Director, Paul Maldonado branches his particular taste into a new medium of luxury home goods. Applying his minimal, muted aesthetic, the New Mexico native’s appreciation for modern materials carries into his latest release under his label House of Amir.

Focused on “doing less, and learning more”, Paul Maldonado took some time studying Japanese Architecture, and used it as his muse for his new release – The ‘Delicacy”Candle. The subtle symbolism that lies behind his pieces are just as important as the finished product, he says. Referencing back to the namesake of the candle “Delicacy”, his love for precious materials is obvious in this release; explaining “it’s a delightful and ambient object meant to be served as a memorable decoration for home décor.”

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 The minimal and clean candle in cast concrete is said to be his final release until his unrevealed upcoming collection “Concrete Jungles” that’s set to drop this fall. Check out House of Amir’s Boutique for some new essentials that just dropped this past week! www.houseofamir.com