Parentesi, Nickel FU540058 by Flos USA, Inc
Ktribe T2 (Halogen), Aluminized Bronze FU630346 by Flos USA, Inc
Glo-Ball T1 (Halogen) FU302000 by Flos USA, Inc
Glo-Ball F3 (Halogen) FU303000 by Flos USA, Inc
Fucsia 1, White Cord FU241000 by Flos USA, Inc
Smithfield S (Fluorescent) Dimmable 2 x 36W, Black... by Flos USA, Inc
Smithfield C (Fluorescent) Dimmable 2 X 36W, Mud... by Flos USA, Inc
Kelvin Edge Wall Arm, White F3454009 by Flos USA, Inc
Taccia Small LED, Anodized Bronze F6604046 by Flos USA, Inc
Kelvin LED Green Mode 1, White with Wall... by Flos USA, Inc
Extra T Anodized, Graphite F2130033 by Flos USA, Inc
Fucsia 3, Clear Cord FU241500 by Flos USA, Inc
The beginnings of Flos (meaning "flower" in Latin) blossomed from a brilliant idea; to create objects, starting with a light bulb, that would change the way of life for both the Italian market and the foreign markets.
Flos developed over the years with different designers and then in 1985, Sergio Gandini met a young Philippe Starck, and accepted to manufacture his fairy-tale lamp, Ara.
Then in the 2000's, under Piero Gandini's management, Flos focused on the harmony between iconic forms, artisan craftsmanship and mass-production technology. However, the crucial step towards change came with the realization that contemporary objects can be a form of expression, with as many stylistic interpretations as there are languages in the world.
Now in 2017, if the future is now, what will artificial lighting of tomorrow be?
In the Flos vision, there are and always will be totally new types of lighting. New ones that have to be studied, developed and produced with a radical, groundbreaking attitude, and still balancing it with the cultural rigor on which Flos was founded.