Mini Glo-Ball C/W ceiling/wall lamp

In stock on 20 Dec, 2019


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Description

Mini Glo-Ball C/W by Flos is a small, multifunctional lamp that can be mounted on the ceiling or the wall. IP44 rating allows the lamps to be used also in bathrooms and outdoors, and the small diameter of 11 cm makes them perfect for clusters and rows.

The British designer Jasper Morrison designed the first luminaires of the Glo-Ball range in 1998, and today the collection consists of round, minimalist lamps of various sizes and types. Inspired by the glow of the full moon, Glo-Ball lamps feature a hand-blown opal glass diffuser that provides a smooth and soft white light. The result is both functional and magical at the same time. The lamps of Glo-Ball collection will complement any room of the house, and their sleek design fits perfectly to public areas, too.

Manufacturer:
Flos
Design:
Jasper Morrison
Material:
Glass, PPS
Colour:
White
Mounting:
Ceiling/wall
Depth:
8,5 cm
Diameter:
Shade 11,2 cm, base 6 cm
Bulb base:
G9
Light source:
2,3W LED (not included)
Colour temperature:
3000K
Luminous flux:
200lm
IP rating:
44
Protection class:
II
Energy label:
A+ - E
Weight:
0,3 kg
Hardwired wall mount:
Yes
Notes:
Suitable for bathroom and outdoors.

Designer

Jasper Morrison

Jasper Morrison

Jasper Morrison (b. 1959) is one of the most successful industrial designers of his generation. He is known for an aesthetic and quietly humorous style that often aims at understated everyday functionality. A graduate from the Kingston Polytechnic and Royal College of Art, Morrison opened his own studio in London in 1986, and today he has offices also in Paris and Tokyo. He has designed products from tableware to tram systems and collaborated with brands such as Alessi, Vitra, Nikari, Flos, Fredericia and Iittala. Morrison’s work has been exhibited around the world, and in 2001 he was awarded the Royal Designer for Industry distinction by the British Royal Society of Arts.

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