Posts Tagged ‘flos’

“Arrangements” lighting series by Michael Anastassiades for FLOS

April 13th, 2017

Michael Anastassiades‘s collection “is a modular system of geometric light elements that could be combined in different ways, creating multiple compositions as individual chandeliers. Each unit simply attaches onto the previous one as if resting, balancing perfectly as part of a glowing chain”, explains the designer.

Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – FLOS

April 14th, 2014

Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – FLOS

Thomas Opticien Optical shop by Pisi Design Studio, Paris

October 31st, 2013

The various elements of the store aim to set a dialogue between the materials characterizing the glasses and the former book store: glass, metal and wood, in a contemporary re-interpretation of the classical parisian moldings.

Tatou lamp collection by Patricia Urquiola for Flos

October 26th, 2012

Lighting brand Flos presents a new family of lamps designed by Patricia Urquiola on the occasion of the 2012 London Design Festival. Taking its name from the French word for ‘Armadillo’, the ‘Tatou’ series draws its influences from that of armour, particularly that of classic antique Japan, offering dynamism, lightness and flexibility.

Can-Can Lamp by Marcel Wanders for Flos

July 28th, 2011

Launched at Euroluce, Milan April 2011, Can Can, the new creation by Marcel Wanders for Flos, will be available in the stores from July onwards. Ostensibly a clean, linear suspension light, Can Can entertains a dual personality as the simple external shape houses a sophisticated decorative interior. Can Can recalls other designs by Marcel Wanders where he combines classic forms with traditional decorations.

Skygarden Lamp by Marcel Wanders

June 16th, 2011

Dutch designer Marcel Wanders created this pendant lamp to transport the detail of an antique decorated plaster ceiling from one house to the next. Wanders nicknamed the relief Skygarden and was struck by how it beautiful it looked, even under artificial light. When he had to move from that house, he designed this lamp to take Skygarden with him.