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creative spaces :: michael anastassiades

For the second post in my series of sneaky peaks behind the scenes into the thinking, working, and making spaces of designers, I was lucky enough to be given a rare glimpse into the studio of Michael Anastassiades.

 

Tube Chandelier, 2002

Tube Chandelier, 2002

 

The Chandelier above, one of the pieces Anastassiades is most well-known for, hangs in the stairwell leading to his living area, above his studio.  Continue reading

Interview :: one for sorrow, two for joy…

I first spied the Furniture Magpies at this year’s Tent and loved their quirky brand of ‘up-cycled’ furniture. With a manifesto like “We don’t believe in good furniture going to landfill when it can be redesigned into a piece that people can love all over again,” what’s not to love?
 Furniture Magpies' "Hang on to your drawers"

Furniture Magpies' "Hang on to your drawers"

The magpies were kind enough to answer a few questions for me…