Pola Lighting Collection
Jan 19
Jan 28 2024
exhibition in-person

Illuminating local Toronto coffee shop, Milky’s, is Anony’s latest lighting collection: ‘Pola’.

At first glance ‘Pola’ gives the illusion of an enclosed form. A closer look reveals the frame acting as both the structure and diffuser, allowing warm light to flow through to its surroundings. Warm light throws softness on steel that has been rolled from a sheet into a glowing arc. The fixtures have a discreet light source, hidden along a small edge of the frame, angled for smooth, even diffusion.

Inspired by arches and structures often seen in architecture, the collection features a floor lamp, table lamp, sconce, pendant, and cluster all in a brushed nickel finish.

‘Pola’, meaning “half,” is equal parts light and heavy, hard and soft.

Anony focuses on local manufacturing capabilities and the entire life cycle of their products. This new collection is no different. Made in Toronto.




Who should visitors contact with questions regarding accessibility?
Christian Lo
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A rendering of the pola collection. All different lengths and orientations of what looks like a pipe cut down the centre into an arc. A tall floor lamp, a shorter table lamp, a wall sconce, a long linear chandelier, and a long cluster chandelier.
A table lamp. The main form looks like a glowing arc. The arc faces upward and a rectangular base holds it steady.
Long linear Chandelier. Brushed nickel finish. Three linear arch shapes side by side.