IC Lights C/W Black - Sconce Wall and Ceiling Lights

FLOS USA IC Lights C/W Black - Wall Sconce and Ceiling Light

IC Lights C/W Black - Sconce Wall and Ceiling Lights

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IC Lights C/W by renowned designer Michael Anastassiades consists of a thin frame of steel that bends at a 90-degree angle. From there, a blown-glass opaline orb delicately balances. The ceiling- and wall-mounted lamp, which casts diffused light, is now available in a brand-new black finish that adds dimension to the stunning collection of deceptively simple designs.

IC Lights C/W can be mounted on a wall or mounted on the ceiling.

IC Lights C/W comes in two models, available in a brass, chrome, or black finish:

- IC Lights C/W 1: height 8.5"

- IC Lights C/W 2: height 12.4"

Explore the entire IC Lights family here.

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  • Installation Pdf

    IC C-W USA_web.pdf

  • Mounting

    Ceiling and Wall

  • Lamp (Bulb) Description

    1 x 60W G9 Frosted Halogen (Included) 1 x 150W T-10 Medium Frosted Halogen (Included)

  • Environment

    Indoor - Dry Location

  • Lamp ID

    L00071 L00010

  • Dimmable

    Phase-cut Dimming / Triac Type (not included)

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  • Construction Material

    Steel, blown glass

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  • Weight (lbs)

    8.2 lbs

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    Michael Anastassiades mimics a juggler’s impeccable balance with striking sculptural lines.

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Inspiration behind the design:

Designer Michael Anastassiades takes cues from the act of a contact juggler, who skillfully spins objects. Similarly, the IC Lights feature a beautiful spherical diffuser that appears to balance on an angled base. Meanwhile, the name “IC” refers to the identity designations that immigrants are assigned when they enter the United Kingdom, in a nod to the balancing act that these communities perform while adjusting to a new society.

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