When functionality meets magical design: Flos Spun Light
An extraordinarily accomplished objectification of discreet elegance is represented by the Flos
Spun Light family. The Italian manufacturer has created a lighting collection that unites style, functionality and ease of use – in return, the Spun Light
, a work of British designer Sebastian Wong, received the renowned red dot award.
The combination of stylish trumped-shaped base, taking its cues from the groovy designs of the 1970s, an elegant stem and classy cylindrical lampshade set the Flos Spun Light F floor lamp
apart from other lamps. Made of one rotated metal sheet and held in the classic colours white, black and brown, the smoothly curved and perfectly seamless Spun Light floor lamp is almost awe inspiring. The Spun Light F
floor lamp provides even illumination both up towards the ceiling and down onto the area below it, casting a warm glow throughout the room. The brightness of the light can be adjusted with the foot dimmer, allowing a number of different lighting scenarios. When placed near a couch or chair in the living room, the Flos Spun Light
makes a very attractive reading light. The smooth lighting effect is ideal for the bedroom as well. Due to its timeless appearance, the Flos Spun Light adds an enriching element to the interior and gives your home the special something.
To prevent an uncomfortable glare that might result by looking directly at the light source, the Flos Spun Light T1
features a sandblasted glass disc at the top of the lampshade, diffusing the light in a soft and scattered pattern. With its strikingly elegant look, the Spun Light
table lamp is a luminaire that cultivates sideboards, cabinets or credenzas in the living room, hallway, dining room or bedroom. Placed on an end table near a chair of the sofa, the Flos Spun Light table lamp
creates an atmospheric ambience.
Lighting body and diffuser are cast in one piece out of a metal sheet. This nice lamps are available in four different finishes: elegant white, sleek black, reliable brown and a polished aluminium which features a mirror-like finish.
Additional information on the designer: Designer Sebastian Wrong is cofounder of the successful British company Established & Sons, which he left 2012. Born 1971 in London, he studied sculpture at the Norwich School of Art academy of arts and earned a cum laude doctorate 1993 from the Camberwell School of Art. The stylistically elaborated shaping of material, the aesthetics of objects and integrity dominate his work and impressively influence his design objects. The table light was his first creation, which he presented 2001 at the London exhibition „100% Design“.