Primitive Structure

Primitive Structure

Updated on

January 11, 2022

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The Primitive Structure designed by Michael Anasassiades is true to its name, with a minimal design consisting of two stacked rectangles. The light isn't tethered by wire, but instead is powered by a wireless battery with an 8 hour life. The light is also adjustable by an invisible pivot point where the two rectangles meet.

Primitive Structure
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Bryan Maniotakis
Bryan is the founder of minimalgoods and has been curating, photographing, and reviewing products with a minimal aesthetic since 2017.‍
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