Romeo Outdoor Pendant
ROMEO OUTDOOR pendant for outdoor use providing direct and diffused light.
- Bulb accomodates: 1 x 72W BT-15 ECO Halogen
- Construction material: Die-cast aluminum, Polycarbonate, PVC, Stainless steel
- All painted details have undergone a galvanic phosphochromate treatment for enhanced corrosion and weather resistance
- Fixture (23.62" Height): 23.62" H x 13.38" W x 13.38" D
- Fixture (31.49" Height): 31.49" H x 13.38" W x 13.38" D
FLOS Romeo Outdoor Pendant
Weights & Dimensions
- Fixture: 23.62" H x 13.38" W x 13.38" D
- Fixture: 31.49" H x 13.38" W x 13.38" D
- Shade: 9" H x 13.38" W x 13.38" D
|Fixture Type: Mini pendant||Style: Modern|
|Shade Material: Glass; Plastic||Shade Color: 1: Brown|
|Shade Color: 2: White||Finish: White|
|Number of Lights: 1||Number of Tiers: 1|
|Outdoor Use: Yes||Country of Manufacture: Italy|
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The Romeo Outdoor Pendant 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
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About the Designer
Philippe Starck France (1949 - )
He remembers having spent his childhood under his father's drawing tables, passing hours stitching, cutting, gluing and grinding, disassembling bicycles, motorbikes and other objects. Endless hours, an entire life spent dismantling and reassembling anything that fell into his hands, reconstructing his surrounding world. He continues to shake the traditions and culture of the world's major cities, with the interior design of the restaurant at Hong Kong's Peninsula Hotel (1994), the Teatron in Mexico (1995), the Delano Hotel a Miami (1995), the Modrian in Los Angeles (1996), the Asia de Cuba restaurant in New York (1997), as well as an entire series of ongoing projects in London and elsewhere. His skill lies in being able to transform instantly the object of the commission into a place filled with charm, pleasure and encounters. He tirelessly modifies everyday life, exalting the deepest roots of existence in his changes. His increasing fascination with life has now led him to create clothes, underwear, footwear, glasses, food, and always with the conviction that his design respects nature and the future of humankind. In the exhibits of museums all around the world, in Paris, New York, Munich, London, Chicago, Kyoto and Barcelona, his work is considered to be that of a master. He has received numerous prizes and awards: designer of the year, the Oscar de luminaire (1980), the title of Officier des Artes et des Lettres (1985), Compasso d'Oro ADI (2001), Show Boats in Munich (2003), and many others.
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.