Design by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
Luce Orizzontale: craftsmanship is in the details
To-Tie: It's all in the name
To-Tie is the new lamp from Flos and the first ever piece of lighting design from exciting new designer, Guglielmo Poletti, who declares himself a proponent of “self-explanatory” design. And To-Tie couldn’t be more self-explanatory: a distinctive table lamp made up of a series of elements reduced to the bare minimum, tied together by mechanical tension alone and with a name that perfectly completes the piece.
Living roomIn the core environment of the home, light is a material that can express the unexpected and illuminate surprising emotions.
BedroomWe want our masterpieces to follow the magical current of essentialism in the most peaceful part of the house.
Dining roomFlos writes the future by reading the past, dictating design trends with a universal language. A dynamic expression of the contemporary that applies perfectly to any dining room.
KitchenIn an environment where style is essential, the selection of complements and decorations must also be subject to the cult of functionality.
Gustave: the portable, rechargeable table lamp
Gustave is the portable, self-powered luminaire designed by internationally renowned designer Vincent Van Duysen. Created especially for table lighting, Gustave employs an ingenious combination of lighting technology and engineering to cast a bright circle of light with a dark centre that makes it ideal for dining.