Bedroom Lighting

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A LIGHTING FIESTA FOR YOUR SIESTA

You want your bedroom to be the most peaceful place on earth for you. Having the right lighting for the room, then, is essential. FLOS brings to you the best of its slumber collection to inspire you with floor/bedside table lamps and soft lighting ideas for your contemporary bedroom. Browse through our dreamy bedroom lighting designs.

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PAOLO RIZZATTO
1973

Inspired by a minimalist design, Paolo Rizzatto created this timeless piece in 1973.

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KELVIN GREEN MODE I 
ANTONIO CITTERIO
2009

“With Kelvin, my intent was to start with a spring system and add an essential design,” says Antonio. “The project takes its design cue from a clamp, which becomes the base, and which explicitly evokes the image of a technical object, with an engineering matrix, inspired by bridges and tensile structures.”

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KTRIBE T 
PHILIPPE STARCK
2007

Designer Philippe Starck is known for an ability to create objects that “demand the most from the least,” and the Ktribe family of products is no exception to that rule. Streamlined and smart, it pushes boundaries while reflecting his focus on positive reduction and environmental consciousness.

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IC LIGHT T
MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES 
2013

Poise is powerful: That’s the message Michael Anastassiades offers with his IC Light Series. From the skillful balance of the sphere and baton that invokes thoughts of a dexterous juggler’s act to the lamp’s name—IC, a reference to the identity code used to evaluate immigrants entering the UK—the designer makes a commanding statement.

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RODOLFO DORDONI 
2007

Offering a fresh perspective on an iconic shape, Rodolfo Dordoni designed his modern drum diffuser to resemble a lighthouse. “The stand that supports the light source is an elementary structure,” he says. “It is part lighthouse, part power pylon.”

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ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI
1984

Designer Achille Castiglioni drew his inspiration from the ordinary—the everyday materials that are a part of daily life. His philosophy of "less is more" is evident in his designs, hallmarked by the minimalistic use of materials to craft larger than life pieces.

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