Dimensions

Depth 37.3 cm
Height 153.7 cm
Weight 10 kg
Base diameter 32 cm
Cone diameter 21 cm
Total cable length 500 cm

Materials

Base material Marble Stone
Colour temperature 2700K
Diffuser material Opalescent UV-resistant photoengraved injection-moulded polycarbonate
Finish Stainless Steel / Occhio Di Pernice Stone
Frame and cone material Painted brushed stainless steel

Specification

Bulbs included Yes, not replaceable
Dimmable Yes
Dimmer included Yes, on cord
Ip rating IP65
Light source 1 COB LED 20W 557lm CRI93
Max wattage 20W
Plug included Yes, IP44
Suitable for contract use Yes
Suitable for outdoor use Yes
Voltage 230-240V
Year 2019

Resources

Technical sheet (.zip)
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Multi-directional floor lamp for interior and exterior use.

Structure and cone in painted brushed stainless steel or brushed brass; marble base in various colours. Available in four standard combinations: black/black lava painted steel, deep brown/travertino imperiale, satinized brass/grey lava, satinized stainless steel/occhio di pernice. The structural parts are chemically treated for protection against atmospheric elements. Diffuser in opalescent UV-resistant photoengraved injection-moulded polycarbonate. LED bulb included. 5-m cable with IP44 plug suitable for outdoor use. Backlit floor dimmer switch on the IP65 cable enables ON/OFF function and brightness regulation 30–100%.


Michael Anastassiades

Michael Anastassiades founded his London design studio in 1994.

Schooled in industrial design and engineering at London's Royal College of Art and Imperial College – the Cypriot-born designer's lighting, mirrors, and tabletop objects reside between industrial design, sculpture and decorative art. Deceptively simple, yet meticulously detailed, they betray his training as a civil engineer and industrial designer.

Anastassiades is particularly renowned for his lighting products, which comprise 80% of his studio's commissions. Shiny surfaces combined with simple geometric shapes like tubes, oblongs and spheres, articulate architectural spaces. He often chooses reflective materials – such as mirrored glass and polished bronze – that appear to dematerialise his objects, to float independently, interacting with the space surrounding them.

Since collaborating with the architectural firm Studio Mumbai (2006), Anastassiades is increasingly working with some of the world's leading architects – including David Chipperfield and John Pawson – and interior designers such as Studio Ilse. His lights can be seen in hotels, restaurants and stores worldwide – including the Grand Hotel Stockholm, Soho House New York and the Sergio Rossi boutiques worldwide.

Besides being commissioned and collected by private patrons and clients all over the world – Anastassiades has worked with many world renowned cutting-edge designers and prestigious manufacturers, including Hussein Chalayan (1997-8) Swarovski Crystal Palace (2004), Lobmeyer (2012) and Svenskt Tenn (2013). This year, he will be launching two 'families' of lights for Flos.

Featured in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the FRAC Centre in Orleans, France, and the V&A Museum and Crafts Council in London, his designs have also been showcased at world-renowned galleries and arts organisations including London's Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Design Museum, Somerset House and Sotheby's; and Mitterand + Cramer in Geneva. Represented by the Nilufar Gallery in Milan – this follows the gallery's commission to create the ‘Lit Lines’ series of lights (exhibited at Palazzo Durini in 2011) and the ‘Tree in the Moonlight’ lamp which formed part of their Unlimited Collection (2012) .


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