The Flos Table Light Frames Replicate the Shapes of Letters

By: Misel Saban - Apr 28, 2016
References: vincentvanduysen & dezeen
The Flos table lights designed by Vincent Van Duysen are made using concrete casting to replicate the shape of letters from the alphabet. The lamps come in a variety of shapes and sizes, using a pillar design to create a cascading shadow on work surfaces, desks and table tops. The modular design of the lights creates a utilitarian and simplistic aesthetic that can be seamlessly added to any home or workspace.

The lamps make use of the various letters of the alphabet such as 'I' and 'C' to create curved and angular lights with a concrete shade. The use of a solid material in the shade ensures that the light is angled downwards to create a spotlight. The lights are then coated in oxidized metals for a rustic finish.