Anastassiades’ new lighting design for Flos gives users the ability to weave geometric shapes in the air.
16 July, 2014
String Lights by London-based designer Michael Anastassiades is a lamp that can be configured in as many ways as one can think of.
Inspired by telegraph wires and European street lighting, the String Light’s electric wire establishes a relationship with the architecture of a space. Minimal and poetic like a pencil line drawn in the air, it is at once deceptively simple and bold.
The LED suspension lamp is available in two models – spherical and conical – and the on/off switch utilises Soft Touch technology.
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