Flos Spun Table Lamp

Flos Spun Table LampFlos Spun Table Lamp A Marvel of Modern Metalworking

As its name suggests, the frame of the Flos Spun Table Lamp diffuser is produced by the exciting and mesmerising art of metal spinning, a technique which enables artisans to create beautiful flowing shapes and intricate designs.

The diffuser support arms and lamp holder support are constructed from aluminium, while the diffuser supports are made from white, injection-moulded polycarbonate. The Flos Spun Table Lamp also consists of a glare-reducing diffuser screen of sandblasted, pressed glass.

Equally at home on a bedside table or a study desk, this neat, functional lamp is operated by a cable-mounted dimmer switch. It is available in two sizes with both now released in Eco versions (using 26w bulbs). The T1 version measures 57.5 x 39cm (diffuser diameter 26.5cm), with the T2 version larger at 68 x 45cm (30.8cm diameter). The cable extends to 1.7m in length.

Each type of lamp is available in the same four colours: glossy black, glossy white, mud or, for a supplement, aluminium. The inside of the diffuser is painted matt white in all versions apart from the aluminium, which is monochromatic.

When Wrong is Right
Created by British-born designer, Sebastian Wrong, the Flos Spun Table Lamp illustrates his fondness for material manipulation, pure form, functionality and honest design. Wrong graduated in 1993 after studying Fine Art at the Norwich and Camberwell School of Fine Art.

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