Double emission tubular wall lamp, Flos Flauta Spiga 2 in the 500 mm long version on whose surface a series of expertly calibrated engravings trace a mark that stands out for its purity of rigor and classic appeal. Complete with two 12W LEDs available in 2700K warm light. 45 mm diameter, for indoor use available in five different colors. Complete with DALI dimmable power supply. Designed by Patricia Urquiola.
Collection of indoor wall lighting fixtures, with bi-emission light emission, available in three different lengths. The luminaires are characterized by the superficial incision that comes in two sophisticated variants: Flauta Riga, with vertical incisions, Flauta Spiga, characterized by an elegant and sophisticated oblique texture. The fixture is completed by a deflector accessory, painted in the same finish as the lamp body, which can be installed at the discretion of the upper or lower head, to create a decorative effect of reflected light. The structural parts of the appliance are made of aluminum treated with a chemical conversion process, in order to achieve an efficient resistance to atmospheric agents. The body is powder coated and available in various finishes according to the QUALICOAT standard. Integrated LED light source. Driver integrated into the body of the luminaire for DALI dimmable control. LED light source included. Integrated 220-240V DALI dimmable power supply. Complete with deflector for optional mounting on the upper or lower emission.
Available in the following colors: white, blue, black, bronze, red
Light temperature: 2700K
«The Flauta collection was born from the desire to create a ductile and changeable project, able to deal with both contract and domestic environments. Inspired by the pure shapes of organs and flutes, the spotlights of this collection are distinguished by a small circular reflector that captures and reverberates the light emitted. The cylindrical body of Flauta, available in three different formats, is further enriched by two embossed textures which, in addition to the chromatic proposals, allow a wide freedom of customization. »Patricia Urquiola