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  • Philosophical Egg wall light, 2019, Michael anastassiades, Michael anastassiades
  • Philosophical Egg wall light, 2019, Michael anastassiades, Michael anastassiades

Philosophical Egg wall light, 2019

Philosophical Egg wall light by Michael Anastassiades.

The Philosophical Egg collection takes inspiration from the enigmatic pendant that appears in Piero della Francesca's Renaissance painting, Brera Madonna. The refined arrangement elegantly balances an illuminated egg-shaped oval above or below a triangular wall-mounted structure. 

 

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Philosophical Egg wall light by Michael Anastassiades.

The Philosophical Egg collection takes inspiration from the enigmatic pendant that appears in Piero della Francesca's Renaissance painting, Brera Madonna. The refined arrangement elegantly balances an illuminated egg-shaped oval above or below a triangular wall-mounted structure. 

 

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Bulb: 12.5w x 12.5d x 27.5cmh
Base: 12w x 12cmh

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The bulb is mouth-blown in opaline glass while the wall mount is made of powder-coated brass in petrol blue.

Bulb: 1x G9, 3.5W LED bulb, 350lm/2700K, 240V.

Care: Turn off and unplug before cleaning. Use a lightly damp dust cloth to carefully clean the light fixture. Remove the opaline glass sphere and clean only the outside, dry with a soft dust cloth. Only replace the sphere once the product is completely dry. Make sure to wear the provided white gloves throughout the cleaning process and only switch on when the whole product is completely dry.

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Michael Anastassiades has trained in Civil Engineering at Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine and has a masters Degree in Industrial Design from the Royal College of Art in London.

Michael Anastassiades has trained in Civil Engineering at Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine and has a masters Degree in Industrial Design from the Royal College of Art in London.

After working freelance with various renowned Design practices he set up his own studio in 1994. Since then, he has been exploring contemporary notions of culture and aesthetics through a combination of product, furniture and environmental design. Playfully positioned between fine Art and Design his unique, yet discreet work seeks to provoke dialogue, participation and interaction out of what would normally be a series of, inanimate, mundane utilitarian objects.

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