MOD 2097 Information:
Mod 2097 by Flos is part of a Flos re-edition of classic production pieces, this "candleabrum cum chandelier" by Sarfatti is underscored with the fluidity characterized by post-war organic design in the mid to late 1950s.
The spiraling and curling of the chromed steel culminating in luminous bulbs is part of the overall aesthetic. Sarfatti's prolific designs in lighting are included in museum collections around the world. The Mod 2097 piece would be perfect in an entrance hall or over a dining table. Mod 2097 is Design by Sarfati, Gino
About Flos Company
Flos Lighting was founded in 1962 the same it started producing such classics as the Arco, Toio and Taccia designed by Achille and Pierogiacomo Castiglioni. From the very start Flos has been focusing on a high-quality approach in lighting design with a strong emphases on research and development. Some of the first fixtures designed by Achille and Tobia Scarpa are some of the most important industrial design products, featured in many museums around the world.
Over the years Flos joined forces with leading designers like Phillipe Starck, Antonio Citterio, Marcel Wanders, Marcello Ziliani, Rodolfo Dordoni, Piero Lissoni, Gino Sarfatti, Marc Newson, Jaspher Morrison, Paolo Rizzatto. The Flos light collection includes classics lamps like Arco, Archimoon, Brera, Fucsia, Glo Ball, Kelvin, Lastra, Guns, Mod, Miss K, KTribe, Romeo Louis, Romeo Moon, Ray, and On the Rocks.