Sawaru | Floor Lamp | Gold

AED 5,170
Brand: Flos
Designer: Nendo

Dimensions: DIA15 H43 CM

Sawaru Floor Lamp, designed by Nendo, is a light consisting of two independent cylinders holding together in a perpendicular direction casting layered light on the floor from its light source. It can be placed as an art piece or glowing light in a corner or hallway while serving both decoration and lighting purposes. Sawaru design is a Japanese geometric fixture that explores the concept of balance as a sculptural piece. One plays the role of a light source, while the other acts as a base. Its projection angle can be adjusted in three stages of 25, 40, or 60 degrees by inserting the pin attached to the base. Various functions are made possible by doing away with excess elements and creating a simple form. The base and body of the lamp are in extruded aluminum with galvanized gold finish and reflector in painted die-cast aluminum.

Custom finishes available, contact us at info@thecollectional.com

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Orders are manufactured for you in 5 weeks (may be subject to change). The specific lead-time of your order will be confirmed after your order has been placed with us.
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The beginnings of Flos (meaning “flower” in Latin) blossomed from a brilliant idea: to create objects, starting with a light bulb, that would change the way of life for both the Italian market and the foreign markets. Dino Gavina and the small Eisenkeil manufacturing facility in Merano, had already been creating furniture alongside design masters such as Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Afra and Tobia Scarpa. But by the early ‘60s, Gavina became convinced the time ha... Read more Fill 1 Copy 7

 
 

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