Since its launch in 1966, the Flos Foglio, with its unique design and lighting capabilities, has won the hearts of many interior designers. This Foglio is just one of the many successful collaborations of the Flos brand with a well-known designer.
Design and background
The Flos Foglio wall lamp is a design by Tobia Scarpa from 1966. The lamp is designed as a leaf that is folded around two light sources. Its wavy, almost organic shapes emphasize the added value of this wall lamp as an interior object.
Direct / indirect
The special thing about the design of the Flos Foglio wall lamp is that it offers direct, indirect and partially diffused light. The Foglio is available in three different colors, black, chrome and white, each of which offers its own interaction with the two internal light sources. The color of the wall on which you attach this wall lamp can also provide a different light effect.
For the Flos Foglio, two lamps of up to 100W are screwed onto E27 fittings. With a width of 37 cm, this is not a small wall lamp, but it offers sufficient light. This wall lamp can only be used indoors. The required lamps are not included as standard, but are also available through our webshop.
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