FLOS was founded in 1962 in Merano, Italy, with the aim to develop a line of new lighting concepts.
Flos has firmly established itself as a global leader in lighting design, and we can find contemporary lighting in the best way.
Table Lamp GOLDMAN
designed by Ron Gilad
“Banker’s lamps are one of the earliest kinds of electric lamps. They were made as early as the 1800s. Typically produced of a solid brass base and a green glass shade and functioned as accent or task lighting. Originally they were used by bankers, who worked long hours, looking at small numbers. They needed extra light on their desk to make their job a little easier. “Goldman”, named after an investment banking firm, designed as a step in the evolution of this traditional lamp, Injected with high technology and slick lines.” Ron Gilad
About Gino Sarfatti: starting from the premise that his designs were conceived with the components and resources at his disposal -each time adopting the latest light sources, from fluorescent tubes to the Cornalux bulb and the first halogens-, re-proposing his models in updated versions necessarily involved a consideration of the resources available today. Detracting nothing from the integrity of the lamps’ original, incredibly contemporary forms, it was essential to adopt cutting-edge LED technology, which had to be introduced with the utmost sophistication yet without being invasive. Through a long and complex endeavour, today a first set of lamps designed by Gino Sarfatti –models 548, 1063, 1095, 2129 and 607- finally make their return to light up our homes and, in doing so, tell us something about him.
Floor Lamp Guns
designed by Philippe Starck
Floor lamp providing direct reading and ambient lighting. Body is die cast aluminum with an overmolded polymer coating and gloss 18K gold plated or chrome finish. Matte black plasticized paper shade with an internal gold silkscreened or white with an internal silver silkscreened. On the cable there is the electronic dimmer which allows the regulation of light brightness.
On the cable there is the electronic dimmer which allows the regulation of light brightness with a dial.
Wall Lamp 265
designed by Paolo Rizzatto
Ceiling Lamp Wan C/W
designed by Johanna Grawunder
“Wan” is a Japanese word for bowl. The most essential of all containers, in its many forms and materials, in every cultures and historical periods, is perhaps the object of mankind. Wan is a bowl of light.
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