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Namak Boxes

£60.00

Black Indian Marble
White Indian Marble
Green Indian Marble
Natual Ash

The concept of these stacking Namak Boxes was inspired by the Indian ‘Tiffin’ a stack of metal boxes used to store food.  These multipurpose boxes can be used stacked up for storing trinkets or individually to display objects.

  • Round stackable containers with natural ash lid
  • Base available in natural ash wood or white. green or black marble
  • Contrasting materials gives the piece a playful feel

DETAILS 

Materials: Natural ash, white marble, green marble, black marble
Dimensions: Each box 200mm diameter, 100mm high, 120mm high with lid

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Creative Director of the brand and designer of the debut collection, Jehanara Knowles grew up between New Delhi and London, fuelling her passion for the fusion of modern and traditional in her early years. With a background in architecture, while attending Central St. Martins, Jehanara worked at an interior and architectural design firm for five years. After two years, she realised that furniture design was her true passion and began work on the idea for Kam Ce Kam.

Jehanara has a strong connection to India and wanted to create a brand that celebrated the rich resources of India and show them in a contemporary light.  Kam Ce Kam is a furniture and interiors brand born from a passion for innovative design conceived through traditional methods of manufacturing. From the material to the making, the story is one of passion and integrity, coupled with a genuine desire to revive the heritage of Indian craft in a considered, conscious and contemporary manner.

Kam Ce Kam translates to ‘At the very least’ in Hindi and this has become the brand’s philosophy: ‘At the very least’ we encourage people to acquaint themselves with crafts rooted in the history of traditional culture by creating designs that relate to their every-day living.  In addition, a conscious drive to utilise natural and sustainably sourced materials lies at the heart of Kam Ce Kam’s production.