Michael Anastassiades’ Copycat flare for Flos comprises a span of offset spheres
October 30, 2015 - table lamp
Copycat consists of a vast and a tiny sphere, that together emanate a fast position for a list lamp. “Two spheres only hold any other,” Anastassiades said. “One small, in a changed material, placed underneath a ‘shadow’ of a vast one, in bright glass.”
The handblown potion creation binds a LED light source with a dimmer trustworthy to a energy cord. The smaller creation is accessible plated in 24-carat gold, discriminating aluminium, copper or a black powder coating.
Pairing simple shapes such as spheres, cones and cylinders with slim bases or armatures, Anastassiades has been means to emanate a far-reaching accumulation of fixtures.
“The thought is roughly like an practice in some arrange of mathematical sequence, exploring how we position these things together,” he pronounced of a collection. “It’s utterly a witty approach to residence light.”
Copycat was expelled during Milan pattern week in 2015, along with a Rest and Somewhere in a Middle lamps that also use potion creation forms set on tiny bars.
Anastassiades has collaborated with Flos on several opposite lines. He combined a IC Lights family, that underline turn globes trustworthy to skinny steel armatures, for a association in 2014.
His String Lights from 2013 use ultra-thin wires pulled taught opposite walls and ceilings to postpone turn or conical lamps, while his Tip of a Tongue lamp used a turn light component resting on a corner of a cylindrical coronet base.
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