Michael Anastassiades' Mobile Chandelier 6 features mouth-blown opaline glass spheres balanced at the tips of metal rods.
With his Mobile Chandelier Series Michael Anastassiades explores how perfect balance can be created through strict economy of form. He uses small artisan workshops to produce his pieces that reflect his background as both a designer and trained engineer.
The Mobile Chandelier 6 is constructed using black patinated brass, mirrored glass and mouth blown opaline spheres. The pendant rod length is made to order by consultation.
Recommended light source: 1 x G6.35, 50W / 12V frosted halogen for ø150mm sphere, 1 x G4, 20W / 12V frosted halogen for ø60mm sphere.
Dimensions: Maximum width 164.7 cm. See the technical downloads for the full specification.
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Michael Anastassiades trained as a civil engineer at Imperial College before studying Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art. As a consequence, his work often sits at the intersection between Art and Science.
As well as producing designs for his eponymous brand, Anastassiades has worked with Flos, Lobmeyr and Herman Miller amongst others to produce products for their collections. His work also features in the permanent collections of several organisations including the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Crafts Council of Grea...