- Designer : Michael Anastassiades
- Material : Aluminum, blown glass
- Finish : Silver, Anodized bronze or Anodized graphite
- Dimensions : Height : 35cm; Length : 28.2cm; Diameter : 22cm
- Bulb specification : 1 COB LED 2700K 1590lm CRI83 - 16W DIMMER
- Switching : Dimmer switch on the power cable
- Power cord length : 200 cm
- 10-100% light adjustment
- Delivery : Some options in stock or 3 - 4 weeks
Great reasons to buy the Flos Extra T Table / Floor Lamp
- The Flos Extra T Table Lamp is a new piece of design by Michael Anastassiades for 2016.
- A glowing sphere balances against an aluminium rectangular plane, creating a minimal and elegant light suitable for any interior setting.
- Using the latest generation LED source the sphere emits an intense, comfortable diffuse light that can be used to illuminate the space with ambient lighting, or as a dim companion for reading.
- Extra T is a versatile design that looks great as a floor or table lamp and comes in three different finishes.
Why You'll Love This Lamp
Extra T is a new diffuse light designed by Michael Anastassiades for Flos. It's elegant and minimalist structure combines a hand-blown glass opal resting delicately against a rectangular plane, creating the notion of a balancing act between two objects captured before their separation. The metal body is machined directly from aluminium using CNC technology to conserve all the qualities and purities of the raw material in mechanical, physical and aesthetic terms. The light source is the latest generation LED COB and emits an intense yet comfortable dimmable light that can be adjusted to set the mood you desire. Available in either Silver, Anodized bronze or Anodized graphite, Extra T is a timeless design suitable for any interior.
"A balancing act between a glowing sphere and a rectangular plane captured, before their separation. A frozen moment suggesting something unexpected is about to happen. Is the glass sphere about to roll off the edge of the table or will the plane fall flat from its edge?”- M. Anastassiades