Snoopy Collection by Castiglioni


Introducing spectacular green finish for the iconic Snoopy lamp

The masterful table lamp by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni gets a dazzling makeover.

Collectors now have a new reason to cherish the Snoopy table lamp by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. The 1967 classic is now available to the U.S. market in a bold green finish that transforms this exemplary design into a truly eye-catching gem.
The Castiglioni brothers were renowned for concepts that offered an imaginative spin on everyday objects. The Snoopy design represents their whimsical approach and artful application of form and material. Inspired by the charming cartoon character that shares its name, the lamp features a playful beagle-like form that takes shape with a curved aluminum reflector. This arresting piece is supported by an angled Carrara marble base with a thick crystal glass disk. The pleasing material contrast of smooth metal and rich veined stone is further emphasized in the latest introduction—a bright green finish instantly creates a strong visual impact.


















The new edition marks the continued evolution of the renowned design. Reintroduced by Flos in 2003, Snoopy now features an advanced touch-sensor dimmer that updates the original design’s knob mechanism—a cutting-edge innovation at the time. On the fixture’s 50th anniversary in 2017, Flos introduced a limited-edition black matte finish that was produced in a special run of 1,700 pieces.In 2018, Snoopy’s legacy carries on with the U.S. release of a memorable green version. This update is a fitting celebration of another significant milestone: the 100th anniversary of Achille Castiglioni’s birth. The Italian icon contributed many significant designs to the Flos archive, including the bestselling Arco floor lamp. Snoopy, which Achille created with his brother Pier Giacomo, is another one of the master’s most famous products.


This timeless design has retained its popularity over the decades—it is reportedly a favorite of Apple’s chief design officer, Jony Ive, and it holds a coveted spot in the Museum of Modern Art’s collection. With a new, colorful interpretation, the esteemed lamp is likely to charm both devoted Castiglioni fans and an entire new generation of admirers.

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