FLOS Tab Floor Lamp
Weights & Dimensions
- Overall: 43.3" H x 9.44" W x 9.44" D
- Shade: 1.929" H x 10.478" W x 10.478" D
- Overall Product Weight: 4.41lbs
|Product Type: Task||Style: Modern|
|Material: Metal; Porcelain||Bulb Type: LED|
|Voltage: 120 Volts (V)||Switch Type: On/Off switch|
|Shade Included: Yes||Life Stage: Adult|
|Outdoor Use: No||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy||Wattage (White, Black Color): 40 Watts (W)|
|Wattage (Black / LED, White / LED Color): 5 Watts (W)||Number of Lights (Black, White Color): 1|
|Number of Lights (White / LED, Black / LED Color): 14|| |
|UL Listed: Yes||cUL Listed: Yes|
We're sorry, we have no FAQs to display.
Still have questions about this product?
We're here to help
The Tab 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.
FLOS Tab Floor Lamp
When you buy a FLOS
Tab Floor Lamp online from AllModern, we make it as easy as possible for
you to find out when your product will be delivered.
You can check on a delivery estimate for the FLOS Part
If you have any questions about your purchase or any
other Modern Designers product for sale our customer service representatives are
available to help.Whether you just want to buy a FLOS
Tab Floor Lamp or shop for your entire home, AllModern has all of your design needs covered.
About the Designers
Edward Barber England (1969 - )
Edward Barber was born in Shrewsbury, UK in 1969. He started his collaboration with Jay Osgerby in 1997. Both Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby have lectured at a number of design events and design schools, including hosting workshops at Ecal, Switzerland and the Vitra Design Museum. Barber & Osgerby's work is found in many permanent collections including the V&A Museum-London, Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York and the Design Museum, London.
Jay Osgerby England (1969 - )
Jay Osgerby was born in Oxford, UK in 1969. He started his collaboration with Edward Barber in 1997. He experimental Hula Stool, 2001, originated from sheet plywood reassembled to create complex, compound curves; the Shell Table, 2002, (nominated for the Compasso d'or) and Shell Chair, were further structural studies in plywood. The use of folds created beam structures that could take the weight of a person but were also incredibly light. In 1999 Levi's approached Barber & Osgerby to join a team who were developing the ingenious 'Engineered Jeans' range. Barber & Osgerby were responsible for producing 2 hangers to display the range in all Levi's 9000 shops around the world.
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.