Flos lamps: Visionary design conquering the world
From the beginning, the lamp manufacturer worked closely and exclusively with well-known Italian designers. The first lamps by Flos, such as Arco, Relemme, Toio, and Taccia were designed by Achille and Piergiacomo Castiglioni.
The Castiglioni brothers were the ones to refer to the company as a design project. In 1964, Flos moved its headquarters from Meran to Berscia and Sergio Gandini entered the company as an additional owner. An additional success was made in 1974 when Flos took over the traditional and world-renowned company, Arteluce.
Versatile lamps and international awards
There is not a single type of lamp that the manufacturer has not involved itself with in the past decades. Whether ceiling, floor, suspension, table, or wall lamps - the Italian lamps by Flos cover a large selection.
Every lamp impresses with its modern design, high-quality workmanship, and selected materials. In its over-year corporate history, Flos has produce many successful products, such as the Arco floor lamp (1962), the Parentesi ceiling lamp (1970), the Brera pendant light (1992), the Fucsia suspension lamp (1996), and the recent Diabolo ceiling light (1998). The revolutionary Parentesi by Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzù was awarded the Compasso d'Oro in 1979.
The manufacturer Flos continues to enjoy widespread fame and can look back on a long tradition. With its technical foresight and visionary plans, Flos views the future positively.
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