Lit Lines at Palazzo Durini

The lofty chambers of the 17th-century Palazzo Durini were illuminated by the Lit Lines family of rigidly linear, unembellished floor and pendant lights. In designing the brass fixtures, Anastassiades was inspired by a trip to India, where locals hang long fluorescent bulbs—bare, plastic-encased, mounted on brackets, or simply tied to buildings or trees.

The Lit Lines are exclusively sold by Nilufar Gallery.