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Light colour. Colour rendering. Gino Sarfatti, master of light. Born in Venice in and with an educational background in engineering, Gino Sarfatti set out to change the landscape of Italian lighting design.
Sarfatti left a legacy of brilliant lighting fixtures; each of them a tribute to the pure beauty of the light bulb. His light fixtures captivate because of their honest simplicity, a design of all times.
We love her Chasen Lamp which uses the shape of a whisk used in Japan for tea ceremonies. Philippe Strack design is recognized all over because of it's groundbreaking and often playful approach to regular objects.
Starck's latest design for Flos is the Bibliotheque Nationale Floor Lamp, a magical bookshelf on which the books rise in flight towards the light.
Ron Gilad brings a breath of fresh air to Flos with is straight-forward and innovative contemporary styling. Ron Gilad created the new Goldman Lamp; a restyled edition of the traditional bankers lamps with green glass shades from yesteryear.
The Dutch Enfant Terrible of the design world, Marcel Wanders has made in impressive mark on the contemporary design scene with groundbreaking lights such as Can Can and Skygarden.
His designs instill a fresh attraction that can be attributed to combining classical elements in a contemporary package. Flos was established by Dino Gavina in the late s, a firm individualist who was all but obsessed with the idea that Italy should become the homeland of a new interior design culture.
Its name was a clever invention by Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. Flos is the name of a genus of butterfly and Pier Giacomo thought it was the perfect name for the new lighting company as it was intended to transform Italy's lighting landscape.
After having met the inventor and small-sale lighting manufacturer Arturo Eisenkeil from Merano, and, having created many new pieces of modern furniture with Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Ignazio Gardella, Carlo and Tobia Scarpa and other luminaries of Italian architecture , Dino Gavina resolved that it was also time to create new lamps.
One of the first lamps was the Cocoon Lamp. The cocoon technique used be Eisenkeil for these Cocoon suspension lights - a resin sprayed onto a metal frame - seemed an ideal starting point.
Before long the cocoon method was taken up by the Castiglioni brothers as well as George Nelson who used it to create his iconic Nelson Bubble Lamps.
Rather than decorating a light bulb, the aim was to give a sense of magic to the light it emanated, filtering it through an enchantingly nebulous material that was captivating precisely thanks to its cloud-like quality.
Interesting to note is that around this time George Nelson started to experience with the same cocoon technique for his Howard Miller Bubble Lamps.
During the s, Flos turned out a constant stream of successful lamp inventions such as Arco, Toio and the whole Flos Cocoon series of lamps.