Four New Products From Anony Evolve Their Design Journey

Known for their light fixtures, Anony has released two new fixtures along with their first two designs outside of the box: stone tableware and a steel stool. A floating light, a playful chandelier, a sculptural stoneware collection, and a stool, all four products are an evolution of the brand’s design direction. “Lights are sculptural, so it was only a matter of time before Anony expanded beyond illuminating and illuminated objects. The Trio stool and Stone collection showcase our desire to find new perspectives on simple geometry,” says founder Christian Lo.

Stone Basalt \ Photo: Riley Snelling

Made using travertine and volcanic stone, Anony’s new Stone tableware are square, circular, and pill-shaped stackable geometric vessels that I can’t help but want to touch. It’s clear that there’s no obvious form to direct you to the use of the objects, allowing the owner’s lifestyle and needs to dictate its purpose. A sculpture, a holder, a weight – it’s whatever you need or want it to be.

Stone Collection \ Photo: Joel Esposito

Wisp Suspension \ Photo: Joel Esposito

Turning the idea of the typical chandelier on its head, Wisp suspension light has some really interesting features. Its shade catches light rather than projecting it, and touching the light allows you to adjust the brightness while sliding along the shade controls its diffusion. A single cable runs from light to ceiling, suspending Wisp in mid-air.

Trio Stool + Wisp Suspension \ Photo: Joel Esposito

Trio Stool \ Photo: Joel Esposito

Trio stool is constructed from three identical pieces of patterned stainless steel. Each pipe is carefully machined, bent, and welded. When they fit together, a distinctive triangle shape is made, a perfect place to perch.

Trio Stool \ Photo: Joel Esposito

Node Light \ Photo: Jake Sherman

The three circular shapes of the Node Light create a visual imbalance, aided by the opacity and weighty materials used. Each glass sphere is embedded in a steel cylinder, attached to the light source at the node. Node hangs free as a chandelier, or can be configured as a table light or wall sconce.

Christian Lo \ Photo: Renata Kaveh

To learn more about Anony, visit anony.ca.