Table lamps, floor lamps, pendant lamps and wall lamps: Flos history has faced all the different types of lighting, always supporting the free creativity of the greatest designers available and sustaining a constant research on the most innovative materials. Its catalog contains a vast selection of timeless classics, starting from the Arco lamp designed by the Castiglioni brothers.
The unmistakable Taccia lamp and the revolutionary Parentesi are also the result of the hand of Achille Castiglioni, as well as the Frisbi and Taraxacum ceiling lamps, the Snoopy table lamp and the Toio floor lamp. With the acquisition in 1936 of the historic Arteluce, Flos also acquired the rights of the Gino Sarfatti lamp collections, including the historic 2097 chandelier.
The growth of the company continues steadily, first under the lead of Sergio Gandini and later thanks to the guidance of his son Piero, expanding also in the field of architectural lighting. The foundation of Flos Architectural, also specialized in contract projects, extends the range of possibilities of the company, as well as the entry into the field of light and spotlights for outdoor, through the acquisition of the Ares brand now flanked by the Flos Outdoor division.