Flos' 2020 innovations bring a breath of new colors and finishes that transform and make some of the company's most versatile lamps perfect. The choice of color is not a merely aesthetic passage, quite the opposite: the chromatic trends are an expression of the time we live, our desires and our moods. That's why in carrying out the development of a product, working on technology is not enough, but it is also necessary to evolve the chromatic proposal. Flos knows that for 2020 it presents a whole new palette, which is already trendy. Strong but delicate colors, ideal for bringing a touch of measured vitality to the environment. If color is the leitmotif of the décor of an environment, choosing it with care becomes a critical and fundamental step.

Blue Gray and yellow for Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby's  Bellhop

A dense and restful yellow that turns slightly towards mustard and a blue, fresh and reassuring gray: the new colors of the Bellhop table lamp are informal but highly sought after, and will appeal to those who want to experiment with color, evoking pop atmospheres with the filter of contemporary style, more sober and measured. Bellhop, moreover, is a portable lamp conceived as the modern version of a candlestick and therefore as an element not only bringing light but also an atmosphere, in this case relaxed and also a little playful. With an autonomy of 24 hours, the opal diffuser and the four-position dimmer, and the new colors, Bellhop is in the running to become the object of desire in 2020 (on the cover image by Santi Caleca and below image by Scheltens & Abbenes).

Bellhop by Flos

Black and Dark green for Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby's  Tab

In the reading corner of a sophisticated home, in a contemporary living room, in the bedroom but also in a work environment: Tab surprises with its versatility, amplified today by the two new colors. Black for a gritty and more sober element, dark green for a more welcoming and relaxed solution. This lamp is appreciated not only for its essential and interesting style but also for the possibility of orienting the light by rotating its head by 45 °. Image by Santi Caleca.

Tab by Flos

Black for Jasper Morrison 's Glo Ball

Black in the new version of Jasper Morrison's Glo-Ball: a mouth-blown opal glass light globe resting on an apparently slender support structure that today becomes black and gritty. Image by Santi Caleca.

.Glo Ball by Flos

Red Burgundy and Brass for Michael Anastassiades ' IC  outdoor

IC wall lamp by Flos

Even the outdoor light is renewed with color, in this case an intense and romantic burgundy red that gives new style to the IC of Michael Anastassiades, one of the most recent icons of Flos. For a more glamorous effect, the lamp also wears the new Brass finish, for sparkling outdoor environments.

IC outdoor by Flos

Chrome, Black Nickel and Gold for Tobia Scarba 's  Foglio

Also a historical icon of light, the Tobia Scarpa Foglio wall lamp is now presented in new finishes, which make it even more current and interesting. These are Chrome, Black Nickel and Gold: three highly effective variants that transform Foglio without distorting it. Image by Santi Caleca.

Foglio by Flos

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