Production time: 2/3 Weeks
265 Wall Light
Price starting from € 920,00*Production time: 2/3 Weeks
*Price valid for the Small version in W.150 cm in black varnished steel – bulb excluded (cod. A0320030).
A wall lamp whose shape and structure reminds at the same time the fishing rods and the microphones often used in movie sets. 265 is a tribute to lightness and impalpability, obtained thanks to a careful study of levers and balances. The reflector and the swivel arm are in liquid painted steel. The reflector support is made of chromed brass. A functional counterweight is anchored to the central body to ensure maximum mobility and at the same time exceptional stability for any use you intend to make of the 265.
Available also in W.205 cm
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Flos is probably one of the most famous lighting brand in the history of Italian design. Its lamps, iconic and recognizable, are a permanent presence in the most important museums of the world, and they have become part of the collective imagination. The company's history is closely linked to some of the most famous design brands of the Italian design, starting with its founders Dino Gavina and Cesare Cassina who, in 1962, put together their respective skills in the world of furniture and began their activity in Merano.Read more
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