Michael Anastassiades mobile chandeliers and kinetic lights merge design with art in a striking, elegant minimalistic way.
These incredibly unique lighting fixtures by Michael Anastassiades are part of two separate collections, the Kinetic Light and the Mobile Chandelier collections. Their common characteristic is their variable geometry, a feature which allows form and light diffusion variation. They are made of black brass tubes that connect with adjustable joints that allow a reshaping and form control of the lighting fixture.
The overall design features Spherical counter weights that help balancing these elegant linear structures and reflective surfaces that control the light direction.
Michael Anastassiades is a London based architect that creates unique objects that combine art with industrial design. He owns his own studio branded with his name since 1994 and is from Cyprus. Through his work in products, furniture and environmental design explores contemporary notions of culture and aesthetics. His creations are minimal, utilitarian and almost mundane yet full of a vitality one might not expect. Anastassiades’ work is featured in permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the V&A Museum and Crafts Council, London and MAK, Vienna.