- Input voltage: 100-240 V
- Length in mm: 700
- Width in mm: 500
- Energy efficiency class: A++ Class
- Adjustable power: Dimmable with switch
1x Large Rose Ø. 18 cm - H. 9 cm, max 190W, Cod. F0415030;
2x Drop Down Element 30W, Cod. F0413030
I have always been fascinated by the parallelism that exists between light objects and jewels. Starting from the simple fact that both are related to the human sphere: designed to be worn on one, to decorate the living spaces of the others. My challenge is to understand how the delicate nature of something small can be translated into space and maintain its preciousness thanks to the way in which the materials are presented. It is no coincidence that the term 'pendant' in English has a double meaning. It is used both to define a jewel or pendant of a necklace, or for a light designed to hang from the ceiling. Arrangements is a modular system of geometric elements of light that can be combined differently to create multiple compositions of individual chandeliers. Each module is fixed to the previous one in a simple way, resting in perfect balance, as an element of a luminous chain.
Arrangements are geometric elements that can be combined in different ways to create unique compositions. Each unit simply attaches to the previous one by balancing itself perfectly as part of a light chain. In the creation of this collection, Michael Anastassiades was inspired by the parallelism that exists between the objects of light and the jewels, starting from the concept that both are linked to the human sphere: designed to be worn, to decorate the living spaces of the others.
Small Rose Ø. 15 cm - H. 7 cm, max 70W, Cod. F0416030;
Large Rose Ø. 18 cm - H. 9 cm, max 190W, Cod. F0415030;
Linear Element L. 170 cm, 29W, Cod. F0401030;
Broken Linear Element L. 100 cm - H. 50 cm, 20W, Cod. F0405030.
Small Round Element Ø. 40 cm, 21W, Cod. F0406030;
Medium Round Element Ø. 65 cm, 35W, Cod. F0407030;
Large Round Element Ø. 100 cm, 54W, Cod. F0408030;
Small Square Element L. 30 cm - H. 30 cm, 20W, Cod. F0410