• Tip of the tongue wall/ceiling, 2013, Michael anastassiades, Michael anastassiades
  • Tip of the tongue wall/ceiling, 2013, Michael anastassiades, Michael anastassiades

Tip of the tongue wall/ceiling, 2013

Tip of the Tongue wall/ceiling light by Michael Anastassiades.

Michael Anastassiades is known for his minimal and sculptural lighting. His philosophy is to produce exceptionally designed objects of permanent value. All pieces are fabricated in carefully sourced, small family-run workshops selected for their unique manufacturing skills and tradition in the use of materials.

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Tip of the Tongue wall/ceiling light by Michael Anastassiades.

Michael Anastassiades is known for his minimal and sculptural lighting. His philosophy is to produce exceptionally designed objects of permanent value. All pieces are fabricated in carefully sourced, small family-run workshops selected for their unique manufacturing skills and tradition in the use of materials.

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18w x 20.1d x 19.8cmh
Glass shade: 18cm diameter

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The Tip of the Tongue collection has a mouth-blown opaline glass globe held in perfect balance at the periphery of a circular base.
The wall/ceiling fitting is available in cast polished brass or polished nickel-plated brass finishes.

Light source: G9 40W frosted halogen 240V (included).

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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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