Weight 3.2 kg
Shade diameter 24.3 cm
Shade height 21.1 cm
Total cable length 900 x 300 cm


Finish Photo-Etched Polycarbonate White
Material Aluminium, PC
Multiple rose finish Photo-Etched Polycarbonate White
Shade finish Photo-Etched Polycarbonate White


Bulb luminous flux 895 lm
Bulbs included Yes, not replaceable
Colour temperature 2700 K
Cri CRI90
Dimmable Yes, via Triac Dimmer
Ip rating IP20
Light source 1 Multichip LED
Max wattage 16 W
Multiple rose included Yes, surface mounted ceiling rose for multi drop purpose - up to a max of 5x heads
Size Large
Suitable for contract use Yes
Suitable for outdoor use No
Voltage 220 - 240 V
Wall dimmer Yes, 100W 230V
Year of design 2013

Suspended light fitting.

Body in varnished aluminium sheet, shade in photo-etched optical polycarbonate. Internal reflector in photo-etched PC. Directionable body. Powered directly from mains. The LED can be dimmed with a «Triac for Led» dimmer approved by Flos.Flos does not respond in case of wrong electrical connection system installations. The cable has a useful length of 9 metres and thus the lamp can be suspended 3 metres from the ceiling. Multiple rose with capacity to connect up to 5 Aim Small also available.

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec have been working together for more than 10 years, bonded by diligence and challenged by their distinct personalities. In 2007, they were spotted by Giulio Cappellini, giving them their first industrial design projects. Since then, they have gone on to work with Established & Sons, Vitra, Magis, Alessi, Axor, Kvadrat, Kartell, Ligne Roset, Nani Marquina, Mattiazzi, Mutina and Flos.

From designing spaces to furniture, taking on architectural projects to designing textile wall systems or comprehensive collections, the designer brothers maintain experimental activity with Gallery kreo which is essential to the development of their work.

Several exhibitions have been devoted to Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and currently, the Centre Pompidou Metz is hosting the exhibition “ Bivouac” (until July 2012) and the Vitra Design Museum is hosting “album” (until May 28th). Theyrecently designed "Cercles", an iPad application showcasing formal studies, freehand drawings and sketches in a very intuitive way.

For over fifty years we have been crafting objects of light and spreading brightness on generations of dreams