Production time: 2/3 Weeks
Nebula Pendant Light
Price € 11.500,00Production time: 2/3 Weeks
An example of an innovative and futuristic design, Nebula is one of the many Flos products that excel in offering an alternative to home furnishings that are unique and full of personality. The central body is in die-cast aluminium with 10 blown glass cones in different sizes attached to the structure. The cones are coupled together with a bayonet system that allows easy cleaning and simpler use. The ceiling attachment is adjustable to better place this bright piece of furniture within the spaces of the house. Also ideal for more diversified areas.
W.70 x H.120 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
Joris Laarman (1979-) is one of the great new talents in the Dutch design scene, prophet of “digital design”. Deeply interested in the expressive possibilities of new technologies, through his works he aims to demonstrate that the sobriety of forms is not necessarily more functional than richly decorative creations. Graduated with honors from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2003, he soon joined the Droog Design team, a great forge of Dutch design talents that in previous years had launched names such as Marcel Wanders and Richard Hutten to success. In 2004 he founded his own studio and was immediately elected "Young Designer of the Year" by the prestigious Wallpaper * magazine. Emblem of his research are the furnishings of the Bone collection (including the famous Bone Chair, part of the permanent collection of the MoMA in New York and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam), whose futuristic and alienating shape is the result of an algorithm that reproduces the complexity of human skeleton. His other visionary projects concern the first bridge in Amsterdam entirely printed in 3D and a special "time capsule" located at the North Pole with the collaboration of Greenpeace. His collaborations with the world of mass production are rare, including special products designed for Flos and Fatboy. Read more