Flos Lighting was founded in 1962. That very same year Flos Lighting began producing a number of lamps that were to become classics in Italian design. The first Flos lamps, undoubtedly some of the best known products in industrial design, were called Arco, Relemme, Toio and Taccia. These lamp designs were all created by Achille and Piergiacomo Castiglioni. From the very beginning, the distinguishing feature of Flos Lighting has always been the high quality approach to lamp design and production. Flos Lighting designs have previously won awards and historical-critical accolades, and are featured in some of the most prestigious collections and design museums around the world.
Suspension fixture providing diffused lighting. Acid-etched flashed opaline glass diffuser. Diffuser support and element below made of opaline injection-molded polycarbonate. Ceiling rose composed of ceiling fitting and fiberglass reinforced polyamide cover, both injection-molded. Learn More
Pendant lamp providing direct lighting with stainless steel body, aluminum base and glass diffuser. Mechanical adjustment opens the louvers thereby varying the shape of the lamp. Available in two colors. Learn More
Suspension lamp providing diffused light. White powder coated internal steel structure sprayed with a unique “cocoon” resin to create the diffuser which is then protected by a transparent sprayed on finish. Available in two sizes. Learn More