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.
Pendant fixture providing direct, diffused and reflected illumination. Opal acrylic diffuser is suspended by three fine steel cables. A black metal stem and wire mesh basket assembly secure the reflector to the 16-ft power cord. Learn More
Pendant lamp providing diffused lighting. Central body in die-cast aluminum and 10 blown glass cones of different sizes. Bayonet-type coupling system of the cones for easy cleaning. Die-cast aluminum ceiling attachment with spherical automatic wire clamp. Learn More
Suspension lighting fixture providing direct lighting. Lamp body formed by a rectangular, tempered transparent glass sheet suspended with four steel cables. Power is distributed through highly conductive silver paste and protective ceramic paint that is silkscreened. Learn More