The six latest high-end outdoor collections from Italian lighting company FLOS include architectural and decorative designs by Michael Anastassiades, Piero Lissoni, and Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby. This mix is a great opportunity for FLOS to flex their technical and design skills with lighting that’s suitable for just about any space.
Mimicking the effect of a lunar eclipse, Piero Lissi’s Camouflage creates a halo of light. Camouflage is an ultra-slim LED wall sconce that fits right in with architecture and nature by being flush with the wall. Finish options include teak wood, Basaltina stone, and Crema d’Orcia marble with various other marbles available on request.
Bellhop, designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, is ready to move outdoors as a bollard, wall, and ceiling light. It offers up soft diffused lighting that’s sure to add to landscapes and architecture. LED technology is installed around the head of the lamp, allowing for light to radiate around the pole.
Captain Flint, an iconic indoor floor lamp designed by Michael Anastassiades, has made the move outdoors. Waterproof and built to withstand environmental conditions, this piece works as a focused reading light or broader illumination in open spaces.
Piere Lissori’s Climber does just what it’s monicker implies – emits lights that delicately reaches new heights, both up and down. The minimal, vertically mounted fixture features an LED light source and a sleek geometric design that’s certain to blend in while being subtly noticed.
Designed by Michael Anastassiades, IC Light In&Out gives flexibility to the already popular IC Lights floor lamp, with the ability to travel in and out of doors. The blown glass sphere rests atop a thin pole as usual, but this time with suitable waterproof materials, finishes, and technology for the outdoors.
Gentle design combined with innovative versatility gives Piero Lissoni’s Landlord lighting a few different options. Landlord Soft is discreet with an adjustable head meant for use on ground poles for diffused lighting, while the Landlord Spot has a more direct target that acts as a spotlight.