Sculptural lamps, candle holders and table lamps, inspired by mankind’s eternal battle against darkness. Each light source is designed with the glow of fire in mind, brilliantly extending the day into the night. White reflective surfaces meet with Anaktae’s distinctive linear paterns in impressive Spartan symmetries.
Anaktae derives from the ancient Greek word anaktor, meaning ‘palace’. The designers devised a variation that reflects the brand’s exclusivity, individuality and feminine quality: the ‘ae’ suffix is the female first person plural in Greek. In Minoan and Mycenaean Greece, the anaktor was much more than a royal residence: it was the heart of civic and cultural life, where the most skillful artists lived and worked alongside the ruling elite. Anaktae studio embraces artisans and connoisseurs dedicated to the pursuit of perfect proportions, quality craftsmanship, and contemporary classics. Distinctive and unique, Anaktae has an intangible mystery that transcends expectations and categorizations.