Spun Light Collection

Sebastian Wrong

The Flos Spun Light floor and table lamps bring stylish elegance
and a touch of 70s flair to the living room. Zone and room lighting.

The elegant Spun Light table and floor lamps by Flos were designed by Sebastian Wrong in 2003 and inspire with their trumpet-like lamp base in the style of the 1970s. Today, it is hard to imagine Flo's range without these designer lights.

The foot seems to flow almost smoothly into the cylindrical lampshade, in fact the body of the Spun Light is made of one aluminum piece. What is striking is the glossy, completely smooth surface, optionally painted black, white or mud-colored. The inner surface of the shade, however, is always white. The upper shade opening has a sandblasted glass diffuser, through which the light of the E27 illuminant shines diffusely. In addition, light shines downwards and provides soft zone lighting.

The Spun Light is available as a table lamp in two sizes and as a floor lamp with combined zone and room lighting. The glossy surface gives it an elegant and graceful look, while the design reflects the cool chic of the 1970s. Spun Light fits into many environments and always scores with its extravagant appearance - its outstanding design has already won the Red Dot Award. Spun Light is equipped with a high-lumen LED lamp or a powerful halogen lamp and is supplied with a cable-integrated dimmer, which regulates the light intensity and thus conjures up atmospheric moods.