Coordinates by Michael Anastassiades
A dramatic lighting collection originally designed by Michael Anastassiades for New York’s legendary Four Seasons restaurant, Coordinates features a series of interlocking linear LED luminaires that take their formal inspiration from the mathematical precision of the Cartesian grid.
Product Coordinates Family - Designer and original recording Michael Anastassiades - Photography Santi Caleca, Tommaso Sartori, Federico Torra - Creative Director Leone Balduzzi - Creative Producer Alessandro De Agostini - Art Director Elena Ottavi - Animation Alessandro Barzaghi
"Coordinates is a lighting system consisting of horizontal and vertical strip lights that form illuminated grid-like structures of various complexities. The system can be easily adapted for different environments of varying scale."
Coordinates collection is now extended to include two elegant wall models, composed of one or two lighting strips. Each version allows vertical and horizontal positioning depending on the space and on personal taste, while the canopy becomes an integral part of the configuration through the tangent fixing to the strips.
Magic, rigor and a strong visual impact are the distinguishing features of Coordinates Wall, the new addition to the collection of essential and refined lights.
Coordinates Suspension and Ceiling
Coordinates comes in a broad array of set configurations, including four suspended chandeliers of different sizes and three ceiling-mounted luminaires, available in two lengths to suit both standard and high ceilings.
The collection also features a repeatable module that can be suspended or ceiling-mounted, ideally suited to impressive, large-scale installations as often featured in contract projects.
Exact, elegant, and easily adaptable, this collection offers a flexible yet formally rigorous solution for a diverse range of indoor environments, providing maximum impact with a minimal touch.
The range is completed by a vertical floor lamp model featuring a simple round base and two lighting bars, which can be set at the preferred beam angle during assembly.