Flos at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2018
Flos has taken part to the 66th edition of the Stockholm Furniture & Light fair presenting the latest Home and Outdoor collection novelties.
The 110sqm booth was comprised of three spaces defined by white walls, creating a specific setting for each product. Arrangements by Michael Anastassiades has welcomed visitors with its elegant, jewel-like chandeliers made of geometric lighting elements. The opposite area was dedicated to the first creations designed by Nendo for Flos: Sawaru, composed of two cylinders touching each other and acting like an adjustable projector, and Gaku, a square frame in ash wood, hosting a little pendant lamp or a portable induction-charging lighting element, or many other magnetic accessories. The new collaboration with duo Formafantasma has givenbirth to the sculptural Wirering, an innovative wall lamp consisting of a custom-made, belt-like electric cable and a ring containing a Led strip, both available in refined finishes. The timeless lines, unfailing lightness and empirical modernity of the Bon Jour Versailles collection by Philippe Starck, created in collaboration with Baccarat, has diffused a warm and homogeneous light reflected by several sophisticated, interchangeable diffusers.
The Flos Outdoor collection has been presented on various plinths and vases in concrete finish, where the lighting products discreetly hide themselves in a greenery setting. The elegant bollard and wall series Bellhop by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby shared the outdoor stage with Landlord by Piero Lissoni, an innovative, adjustable projector available with several accessories. Piero Lissoni’s wall lamp Camouflage has also enriched the new collection with its rough, materic feel and discrete halo of light.