Happy Together 10 Berries Rod - Polished Nickel-plated Brass
Happy Together 10 Berries Rod - Polished Nickel-plated Brass
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Happy Together 10 Berries Rod - Polished Nickel-plated BrassHappy Together 10 Berries Rod - Polished Nickel-plated Brass

Happy Together 10 Berries Rod - Polished Nickel-plated Brass

Michael Anastassiades
49 370 SEK
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Delivery Status: Estimated delivery
4-8 weeks
PRODUCT DETAILS:

In the series “Happy Together”, vertical brass, nickel, or black patinated rods carry a group of glass globes.

“I have always been fascinated with the sphere for its purity as the ultimate primal form. The design of these series started as a simple exercise of repetition, arranging them in perfect stacks or clusters in an evolving logical sequence. The family is inspired by unusual fictitious ball configurations in precision and cue sports while at the same time making references to the disciplined geometrical language used in modernist design.” - Michael Anastassiades

Pendant rod length is made to order. Upon confirmation of your order, we will contact you for overall drop length, measured from the ceiling to bottom of fixture.

Material:
Polish nickel plated brass, Opaline glass

Dimensions:
Pendant length to order.
W: 26.2 cm, Each glasopal: Ø: 8 cm
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Michael Anastassiades:
Michael Anastassiades launched his studio in 1994 to explore contemporary notions of culture and aesthetics through a combination of product, furniture and environmental design. Positioned between fine art and design, his work aims to provoke dialogue, participation and interaction. He creates objects that are minimal, utilitarian and almost mundane, yet full of vitality one might not expect. Anastassiades’ work is featured in permanent collections at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the Craft Council in London, the FRAC Centre in Orleans, France, and the MAK in Vienna.