Noctambule Flos

Noctambule Flos

Noctambule by Flos: the night owl or reveller.

Mostly invisible during the day, but coming to glamorous activity at night-time. The analogy is fitting. The new collection of lamps by Konstantin Grcic is made of blown glass modules, which are see-through and therefore almost inexistent at day-time. But, when you switch them on in the dark, they transform into georgeous, illuminated lamps.

The cylindrical glass modules set the basic grammar of the collection. The single module is a lantern. Several modules stacked on top of each other create a light column, or suspended chandelier inside a stair well. Extra elements such a glass dome or cone shaped head allow for added performance such as a floorstanding uplighter and pendant.

Source: flos.com