Introducing a selection of  designs and new architectural systems to the Scandinavian market.

Flos participate to the 67th edition of the Stockholm Furniture and Light fair, presenting a stunning choice of lighting creations ready to hit the Scandinavian industry. The Flos stand features pale coloured walls working to host the new products.

Visitors will first meet Gaku and Sawaru, the 2 novelties designed by Nendo, marking the debut of Oki Sato’s collaboration with Flos. Gaku, which means ‘frame’ in Japanese, is a versatile square object interacting with a variety of lamps and matching items, including vases, bowls, a mirror and a bookend, as in a room that is miniature. In addition, it includes a wireless inductive recharge that is highly functional. Sawaru is a light, comprising two cylinders which touch each other in three possible angles, allowing changes to the light beam direction.

Guests may discover the two interlocking rings forming the original form of Overlap, an impressive suspension lamp made by Michael Anastassiades following the cocoon wrapping technique, which belongs to the Flos identity since its origins in the early 60’s. Overlap reflects itself in the magnificent oval mirror designed by Philippe Starck, La Plus Belle, an elegant wall mirror offering extreme, diffuse light by some luminous LED strips.

Chandeliers that are suspended or an assortment of transparent glass modules may be fixed to create floor light columns, enhanced by a glass dome or cone shaped head.

The latest introduction to the Flos Architectural collection is Zero Track: the minimal possible size of 15mm for a surface installed track, allowing the insertion of a variety of dimmable lighting fixtures, either for accent or diffuse lighting effect. On top of the reception desk, the unmissable Infra-Structure lighting system from Vincent Van Duysen is presented in a white, elegant finish.