Sculptural and capable of surprising with unusual reflection effects: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s Luce Orizzontale is the Flos horizontal pendant lamp made of glass, suitable for the residential and contract market, comparable to a tailor-made product.
Luce Orizzontale is mainly a handmade lamp: each cylinder that composes it is handmade by pouring the glass into a mold. Each cylindrical element has different signs, as evidence of the movements made by the master glassmaker at the time of creation.
Flos horizontal suspension lamp is composed of suspended and interconnected cast glass cylinders. Different lengths can be configured using 8, 10 or 12 cylinder compositions, respectively. These rest on a polished primary aluminum bar, the axis of the lamp, inside which are inserted the light sources: the light is emitted and directed by two LED bars, one upwards and the other downwards. The touch dimmer, compatible with Dali and Push Dim systems, is positioned at one end of the bar.
Designed to illuminate different contexts, Flos Luce Orizzontale can vary from just over a meter and a half to almost two and a half meters in length. When installed in parallel rows it assumes a sculptural value, ideal for large public spaces such as hotels, restaurants, corporate headquarters and museums.