Five windows into nothing
by Markus Hieke | 7/19/2019
Corten steel, natural stone and concrete: Anarchitect has realized an exclusive mini hotel with pool house and restaurant in the middle of the desert in the United Arab Emirates.
Breess is a stylized and decorative indirect wall mounted luminaire, inspired on the poetic movement from sheets of paper, twirling in the wind. The luminaires can be used as an individual, playful lighting accent or mounted in a symmetric or asymmetric set-up. By mounting multiple Breess luminaires in a composition, a dynamic play of light is created on the wall. Breess comes in two version, either "portrait" or "landscape", referring to the orientation of a printed sheet of paper, both curled up from 1 corner.
Either version can be mounted on the wall in 2 directions, by combiningdofferent models and multipleways of mounting an infinite amount of unique set-ups can be created. The thin curled front panel uses a similar length-to-width ratio as regualr A4 paper sheets and has a matt white finishing, referring to a standard sheet of paper and its most common color. By adding a hidden wall fixation to the thin sheet, the luminaires seem to float against the wall, enhancing the sense of space.
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