Chrysalis Floor Lamp
Floor lamp providing diffused light. Internal structure in steel. Cocoon diffuser coated on the structure with transparent protection at the end of the manufacturing process. Base in injection printed ABS. Frieze in silk-screened glass placed at the top end of the reflector obtained by spinning. Two light sources are controlled by dual pedal switch mounted on power cable. The fluorescent tube can be dimmed, conserving the memory of the last setting before turn-off. The second button turns on/off the top lamp for the projection of the decorative frieze on the ceiling. In addition to the 60W T4 GY6.35 BiPin halogen, this fixture requires 80W T5 BiPin, both of which are included.
- Internal structure in steel
- Frieze in silk-screened glass
- Base in injection printed ABS
- Two light sources are controlled by dual pedal switch mounted on power cable
- Indoor - Dry Location
- Voltage: 120
- Bulb type: 1 x 54W G5 FSD Fluorescent
- Overall: 78.74" H x 15" W x 15" D
FLOS Chrysalis Floor Lamp
Weights & Dimensions
- Overall: 78.74" H x 15" W x 15" D
|Product Type: Standard||Style: Modern|
|Base Finish: Black||Material: Metal|
|Bulb Type: Fluorescent||Wattage: 54 Watts (W)|
|Voltage: 120 Volts (V)||Switch Type: Dimmer; On/Off switch|
|Number of Lights: 1||Shade Included: Yes|
|Life Stage: Adult||Outdoor Use: No|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|| |
|Damp, Dry or Wet Location Listed: Dry|| |
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The Chrysalis Floor Lamp is a Modern style product. Modern style is very sleek with clean lines, and generally incorporates high gloss using whites, greys, and blacks. A focus on geometry and
angular shapes is a hallmark of modern design. Glass and leather are also seen a lot with modern style. You can shop for more Modern Floor Lamps in the Lighting section of our site.
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About the Designer
Marcel Wanders Netherlands (1963 - )
Marcel Wanders grew up in Boxtel, the Netherlands, and graduated cum laude from the School of the Arts Arnhem in 1988. Marcel Wanders' fame started with his iconic Knotted Chair, which he produced for Droog Design in 1996. He is now ubiquitous, designing for the biggest European contemporary design manufacturers like BandB Italia, Bisazza, Poliform, Moroso, Flos, Boffi, Cappellini, Droog Design and Moooi of which he is also art director and co-owner. Founded in 2000, Moooi has grown into an internationally renowned design label. Additionally, Marcel Wanders works on architectural and interior design projects and recently turned his attention to consumer home appliances. Marcel was the editor of the International Design Yearbook 2005. In the same year, together with Chef Peter Lute, he established the extraordinary LUTE SUITES hospitality-concept, the first "all over city suites" hotel in the world. He also designed the interior of Blits, a new restaurant in Rotterdam and the interior of the restaurant 'Thor' at the Hotel on Rivington in New York including bar, lounge and private club. Marcel is the first and among the most important designers of Droog design. He was a juror for various prizes like the Rotterdam Design Prize (for which his own products were nominated several times) and the Kho Liang Ie prize. He lectured at SFMoMA, Limn, the Design Academy, Nike, IDFA, FutureDesignDays and has taught at various design academies in the Netherlands and abroad. Various designs of Marcel Wanders have been selected for the most important design collections and exhibitions in the world, like the Museum of Modern Art in New York and San Francisco, the VandA Museum in London, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the Central Museum in Utrecht, Museum of Decorative Arts Copenhagen and various Droog Design exhibitions. Coverage on Marcel has been published in all leading design magazines and newspapers such as Domus, Interni, Blueprint, Design Report, Frame, I.D. magazine, Abitare, Wallpaper, Nylon, Elle decoration, Icon, Esquire, the International Herald Tribune, Washington Post, the Financial Times, the New York Times and Business Week. The table set Dressed was designed by Marcel Wanders. Traditionally, the rules would require that decoration be applied in the most important and most visible areas of the object. Wanders, on the other hand, applies it to secluded areas, a little out of sight, sometimes even in areas that aren't normally visible at all, so much so that we could call it a sort of introverted decoration. In this way, even though he uses a language of signs that is very rich and complex, a bit flowery, a little baroque, Wanders manages to maintain a certain level of overall elegance and lightness.
About the Manufacturer
A catalogue filled with iconic lighting that changed the concept of illumination itself. Strong symbolic appeal. Collaboration with the most inventive international designers.
Growth & Evolution
In 1971 Flos opened its first subsidiary in Germany. In 1974 it purchased Arteluce, a historical brand founded in 1939 by Gino Sarfatti, and opened a new factory in Bovezzo, just outside the city of Brescia.
The collaboration with Achille Castiglioni continued through the '80s, and in 1992 he introduced the "family of products" concept to the market with the Brera series. At the same time, Flos continued to scout for emerging talent at an international level.
In 1988 the company started collaborating with Philippe Starck. Other talented designers followed thereafter: Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic, Marc Newson, Antonio Citterio, Marcello Ziliani, Marcel Wanders, Sebastian Wrong, Laurene Leon Boym, Piero Lissoni, Rodolfo Dordoni, Tim Derhaag, Johanna Grawunder, Joris Laarman, Knud Holscher, Barber & Osgerby, Patricia Urquiola, Paul Cocksedge and Ron Gilad.