Kitchen Lighting

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FLAVORFUL FOOD, FLAVORFUL LIGHTS

FLOS brings to you some inspiration for your food preparation area to make your cooking experience even more delightful. From upside down buckets to beautiful dangling cones, we’ve got the finest embellishments and inspiring concepts for your kitchen area. Browse through our range of modern kitchen lighting ideas: explore an assortment of table, wall and ceiling solutions.

TARAXACUM 88
ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI
1988

An update on the famous 1960s creation by the Castiglioni brothers, Achille Castiglioni designed this piece for “community areas, lobbies and rooms that need a lot of light for special occasions,” without sacrificing style and beauty.

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FUCSIA 1
ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI
1996

Inspired by the stark beauty of industrial tools, Achille Castiglioni presents pieces that are polished without feeling fussy.

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HIDE
PHILIPPE STARCK
2011

Designed by the artist to be customizable, the Hide takes on the spirit of personalized artwork.

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KTRIBE S
PHILIPPE STARCK
2005

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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LONG & HARD
PHILIPPE STARCK

Designer Philippe Starck’s ability to do so much with minimal materials is on display with this brilliant pendant. At first unassuming, it absorbs the attention in any room in which it is displayed.

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SMITHFIELD S
JASPER MORRISON
2009

Jasper  was inspired by the industrial nature of the fixtures he saw. “I’ve always liked the industrial and functional character of these lights,” he says. “I wanted to make a project out of them, looking for some way of making use of their efficiency in delivering light, and the forms themselves which are so much a part of the good atmosphere of industrial spaces.”

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AIM
RONAN & ERWAN BOUROULLEC 
2013

When they created the AIM ceiling light, brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec wanted to keep its core essence limited to the source of light and its cord. By doing that, they ensured that the AIM is versatile enough for any setting not only because of its appearance, but also because it provides a convenient, easily "aimed" light.

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ON THE ROCKS
ANTONIO CITTERIO
2003

Artists Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen were inspired by the dynamic, changing aesthetics of an ice cube when they created On the Rocks.

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SMITHFIELD C
JASPER MORRISON
2009

Jasper was inspired by the industrial nature of the fixtures he saw. “I’ve always liked the industrial and functional character of these lights,” he says. “I wanted to make a project out of them, looking for some way of making use of their efficiency in delivering light, and the forms themselves which are so much a part of the good atmosphere of industrial spaces.”

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SPUN LIGHT T
SEBASTIAN WRONG
2003

Known for his ability to balance elements of function, aesthetics, and refinement, Sebastian Wrong was inspired by fluid dynamics and their visual capabilities when he created this elegant table lamp.

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