There are numerous timeless masterpieces to be found among Flos lamps. Designers like Achille Castiglioni, who often worked together with his brother Pier Giacomo, Philippe Starck or Marcel Wanders have created design classics that sometimes stand out with classical elegance, sometimes with a charmingly smart aesthetic - and thus set an exclamation mark in the interior. One of the Flos luminaires that has been accompanying us for decades is the Arco , which is considered to be the first arc lamp ever and impresses with its base made of high-quality Carrara marble. Another timeless classic among the Flos lamps is the Snoopy table lamp – a tongue-in-cheek reference to Charlie Brown's dog of the same name. Here, an attractive aesthetic is accompanied by high-quality materials - one of the reasons for the sustained success of of the Italian premium brand. The Taccia, a Flos classic from 1962, brings a touch of monumental column art into the house.
Even those who like it a bit more opulent and representative will find the right Flos luminaires in the light11 range. These often not only offer impressive dimensions, but also an additional portion of artistic finesse. The Skygarden pendant light, one of the absolute bestsellers among the Flos lamps, is undoubtedly one of those examples. The Skygarden enchants the observer with its fascinating stucco relief on the inside of its shade - designer Marcel Wanders uses it to quote a ceiling relief in his former home. The 2097 is another magnificent eye-catcher. With its breathtaking presence, this stately chandelier immediately assumes the main role in the interior and brings a powerful pinch of grandeur into the room. Another outstanding luminaire is the Zeppelin S2 which belongs to those Flos luminaires that exude a touch of mysticism: a high-quality synthetic resin fibre - called "Cocoon" - is sprayed over a steel structure. The result is an object with a mighty diameter of 1.80 m that has a mystic charm to it.
Flos lights have always been characterised not only by exceptional design, but also by advanced lighting technology. Many Flos Kelvin models feature a so-called "Green Mode" which automatically regulates the luminous flux according to the incidence of daylight. In addition, these and other Flos lamps impress with their excellent colour rendering, which guarantees authentic and natural lighting. Bon Jour´sEdge-Lighting technology features embedded LEDs at the edge of the "crown", which emit the light particularly evenly and virtually eliminate glare. What is more, many Flos luminaires are equipped with an integrated rechargeable battery, which turns them into independent light sources. In addition to the Bon Jour lamp, the Bellhop Battery LED also offers the convenience of portability. The Bellhop boasts up to 24 hours of light, the combination of furniture and light fixture, Gaku even manages up to 48 hours without a cable connection.
Another secret to the success of Flos lights is their timeless appearance. This turns them into furnishing accessories that are independent of fleeting trends and short-lived zeitgeist phenomena. These Flos lamps, represented here by the eternally elegant Smithfield pendant and ceiling lights from the pen of Jasper Morrison, do not only mean an increase in high-quality light. Rather, these Flos luminaires symbolise an expressive statement for upmarket, stylish design that does not give rise to any discussion about good taste.