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No one thinks about the way light affects us in spaces more than those who work with it. Meet three lighting designers who think in fresh ways and create products we covet.

Michael Anastassiades

Originally from Cyprus, this designer has been creating utilitarian, conceptual work that encourages a dialogue between object and viewer in his London studio.

What is it about working with light that interests you most?

  • Words:
    Joanna Han
  • Photography:
    Michael Anastassiades, Chris Stubbs and Forestier and Lavat

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  • Words:
    Joanna Han
  • Photography:
    Michael Anastassiades, Chris Stubbs and Forestier and Lavat
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