Milan Design Week 2018 | Michael Anastassiades’ light installation for FLOS
By FEDERICA LUSIARDI - 2019-04-10
During the 2018 Milan Design Meek, the Flos Showroom in Corso Monforte 15 features a light installation created by Michael Anastassiades, acclaimed London-based designer born in Cyprus, who has created a number of products for Flos since 2013.
The installation – entitled ‘Jewels after Jewels after Jewels‘ and conceived to present the new ‘Arrangements’ collection of chandeliers – confirms the clever use of technology and the poetic approach that characterize Michael Anastassiades’ work.
The showroom accommodates three large sculptural light installations, resembling huge pieces of jewerly, consisting of a sequence of interconnected geometrical forms.
Arrangements is a modular system, between sculpture and industrial design, composed of LED-based lighting elements designed to be easily attached to one another so that the system can be assembled by everyone.
In the showroom, the public also have the possibility to simulate all lighting elements possible combinations through an application, named “Make your Arrangements”, installed on several tablet computers.
Jewels after Jewels after Jewels, installation views, photos © Inexhibit, 2018
‘Jewels after Jewels after Jewels’
corso Monforte, 15, Milan
9.30 A.M. / 7.00 P.M.
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