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Clearly structured lighting objects with appealing lighting: Flos Glo-Ball

It is easy to set the mood with the astoundingly multi-purpose Flos Glo-Ball. As discreet eye catchers, they fascinate by the smooth general lighting. Jasper Morrison has created a lamp for Flos, that harmoniously blends into every setting with its plain design, an accomplished luminaire that is ideal for both modern and classic interiors.

The family of Flos Glo-Ball is characterized by brilliant simplicity in terms of shaping and pleasant lighting effects. Perhaps due to its stylish simplicity, Flos Glo-Ball is one of the most versatile lamps on the market. More than just a sphere, the Flos Glo-Ball lamp captures more attention thanks to the unique form, which is slightly out of round. The light within evenly illuminates the hand-blown opal glass shade, making the Flos Glo Ball a bright sculpture with rounded contours. This "glowing ball" is especially functional when paired with a dimmer switch, allowing the user to regulate the brightness and set the tone for the room. The Flos Glo-Ball family includes many different lamp versions for use on a table, as a floor lamp, wall or ceiling light.

Flos Glo-Ball comes in many forms, and each one adds sophistication and depth to a room because of its distinct lighting properties. The Glo Ball Basic is a table lamp that creates lovely accent lighting when placed on end tables in the living room or bedside tables in the bedroom. Glo Ball T is also a table lamp, but incorporates a metal stand upon which the glass shade rests, making it an ideal choice for placing next to a chair or sofa. Glo Ball F is the floor lamp version of this light, which can be used as auxiliary lighting in any space like dining rooms and hallways. Glo Ball lights belong to one of the most popular collections of luminaires.

Homogeneous lighting in the kitchen or the corridor is ensured by the Flos Glo-Ball ceiling light C1 or C2. As a pendant light, the Flos Glo Ball S1, S2 or Glo Ball Mini S evenly illuminates any kind of space. Moreover, they cultivate it with their delicate appearance. In case you want to add an enriching element to you wall, you will be served best with the bright Flos Glo-Ball Mini W. As zone lighting for mirrors (for example in hallways), the Mini W emits glare-free, shadowless light that provides excellent colour rendition. If to be fitted in a room containing a bath or shower, the Glo-Ball Mini W – IP44 is the right choice of fixture. Thanks to its resistance to splash water, this wall sconce, also known as the “glowing ball”, doesn’t go out when it gets wet.

Additional information on the designer: The Briton Jasper Morrison is considered the pioneer of the “New Simplicity”, which promotes a both humble and earnest notion of design. As a designer, he conceives lamps, living accessories, textiles – even a tramway for the town of Hanover and the Vitra Campus bus station in Weil am Rhein are part of his lifetime work. The “Super Normal” exhibition, a joint project with the Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa in 2006, put him into the focus of public attention: According to the theme of the display, home furnishings can also be objects of design even when they don’t push to the fore, but solely by their inconspicuous perfection.– just being “super normal”. Jasper Morrison, born 1959 in London, England, studied at Royal College of Art in London. Afterwards he came to Berlin via a scholarship to graduate from the “Hochschule der Künste”. In 1986, he founded his own design studio in London.
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