LIGHT­ING ‘ AR­RANGE­MENTS’ BY MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES FOR FLOS

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Lon­don-based Anastassiades is known for his spher­i­cal light­ing de­signs in opaque glass ( the fo­cus of pre­vi­ous col­lec­tions), but now his at­ten­tion has shifted to the pos­si­bil­i­ties of pure lines. ‘Ar­range­ments’, first pre­sented at last year’s Euroluce Fair, con­sists of mo­du­lar, in­ter­change­able forms, each hang­ing from the other, like pieces of an el­e­gant necklace. In­deed, Anastassiades talks of jew­ellery as an in­spi­ra­tion. ‘It is no co­in­ci­dence that the word pen­dant has a dou­ble mean­ing, ex­ist­ing both as a chain worn round the neck, and a light de­signed to hang from the ceil­ing,’ he points out. The shapes that make up ‘Ar­range­ments’ each fea­ture an LED strip that pro­duces a soft glow, and can be com­bined to cre­ate chan­de­liers. £2,370, Heal’s ( heals.com; flos.com).

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