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.
Table/desk lamp providing diffused light. Diffuser made from acid-etched, hand blown, flashed opaline glass and a die-cast aluminum on fiberglass reinforced injection-molded polyamide base. Learn More
Wall or ceiling mounted lamp providing diffused light. Diffuser made from acid-etched, hand blown, flashed opaline glass and a die-cast aluminum or fiberglass reinforced injection-molded polyamide base. Learn More
Wall sconce providing diffused lighting. Finished, blown glass diffuser in white opal. Learn More
Lamp for ceiling, wall or mirror providing diffused light. Diffuser consisting of an extremely acid-etched, hand blown, flashed opaline glass and of a white, injection molded PPS threaded ring nut. Learn More
Table/desk lamp providing diffused light. Diffuser consists of an externally acid-etched hand blown flashed opal glass globe Learn More
Wall lamp providing indirect light. Pressure die-cast zamak alloy structure. Single dimmable light source. Available in 3 finishes. Learn More
Wall lamp providing direct/indirect and partially diffused light. Body is transparent molded glass. Wall attachment in pressure die-cast aluminum alloy, matte white powder coated, containing the wall attachment system and electrical devices. Learn More