Camouflage 240 wall lamp
Dissipating aluminum body with diffuser in transparent polycarbonate. The Crema d'Orcia and Basaltina stone finishes are made by fastening high-strength, high-resistance adhesive to a stone plate created by means of mechanical machining from a solid block. The concrete finishing is made by fastening a poured cement plate reinforced with fiberglass using a single component high strength, high-resistance adhesive. The Primer version is painted after installation with normal water-based colors (tempera, stucco, water-based paints) to ensure maximum uniformity with the architecture. The aluminum versions are finished with a high-resistance coating: after a sandblasting treatment of all components to make the surface porous and ensure a greater adhesion of the paint, the external coating is applied with a double layer with epoxy powders according to the QUALICOAT standard. The first layer of epoxy powder gives chemical and mechanical resistance, the second finishing layer of polyester powder ensures resistance to UV rays and atmospheric agents. The painted surfaces are treated with alkaline and acidic washes, then rinsed with demineralized water, subjected to a chemical conversion treatment to protect against oxidation. Upon commercial and technical evaluation, it is possible to create customized versions with other materials on reques
Camouflage 240 by Flos official dealer, 2 years warranty.
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The beginnings of Flos (meaning “flower” in Latin) blossomed from a brilliant idea: to create objects, starting with a light bulb, that would change the way of life for both the Italian market and the foreign markets. Dino Gavina and the small Eisenkeil manufacturing facility in Merano, had already been creating furniture alongside design masters such as Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Afra and Tobia Scarpa. But by the early ‘60s, Gavina became convinced the time had come to create new lamps. Using the same technology – conceived in the USA and tested at Eisenkeil – used for the Cocoon lampthe Castiglioni brothers and the Scarpa duo began creating lamps such as the Taraxacum or the Fantasma, with many other beautiful and surprising lamps to follow. And so, from day one, Flos was already reinventing the idea of artificial lighting.