Production time: 2/3 Weeks
Tab T Table Lamp
Price € 350,00Production time: 2/3 Weeks
Tab table is one of the many Flos proposals where a hardly repeatable formal research stands out, aimed at combining function and form in a single solution. Born as a table luminaire, Tab has a painted die-cast aluminium body. The multi-led scheme with PMMA diffuser is specifically designed to avoid the Multi Shadow effect and the glare of those who find themselves using it to read or study. Ideal for the softness of the light beam, Tab can be presented in different sizes and colors so as to offer the maximum extensibility of taste and customization. An ideal object for studios and bedrooms.
W.27,3 x H.32,7 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
Edward Barber (1969-) and Jay Osgerby (1969-) are the founders of the Barber Osgerby studio, one of the most important names in contemporary British design. They met while studying at the Royal College of Art in London and shared their entire career together, which began in 1996 with the creation of a table for the famous London brand Isokon. Their style, of a refined minimalism often tempered by soft curved lines, was soon noticed by the most fruitful talent scout in the world of international design, Giulio Cappellini. Their creations for Cappellini will open the doors of great Italian and international industry to them, with collaborations with brands such as B&B Italia, Vitra, AXOR, Dedon and many others. Their prominent position in the world of British design is evidenced by the most important public project assigned to them: the Olympic Torch for the London 2012 Games. Their creations are part of the collections of important museums such as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the MoMA in New York and the Art Institute in Chicago.Read more