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Kelvin Edge Lamp

c. 2015

by Antonio Citterio
for Flos

The Kelvin Edge table lamp features the exclu­sive Edge Light­ing Tech­nol­ogy™ from which it takes its name. This table lamp is a slightly smaller version of the orig­i­nal Kelvin LED lamp and combines effi­ciency with light inten­sity and emis­sion magni­tude to create the balanced, bril­liant glow you’d expect from a much larger light.

Avail­able in an aluminum painted or chromed body with die-cast head, joints, and forks, and extruded arms. It offers direct light via inno­v­a­tive Edge Light­ing Tech­nol­ogy™ and the optical switch sensor on the lamp’s head provides a three-step dimming func­tion and color temper­a­ture adjust­ment at 2700K or 3200K. The power cord measures 150 cm, and the plug-in power supply includes interchangeable plugs. 

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Antonio Citterio

Italy (1950)

Inspired by icons such as Eileen Gray, Charles and Ray Eames, and George Nelson, Italian designer Antonio Citterio has built an extremely successful career in the furniture industry. He’s known for his emphasis on craftsmanship and materiality, a combination that’s defined a longtime partnership with B&B Italia. Citterio has been responsible for designing all new collections by Maxalto since 1993. He ensures that each product, like his Dives sofa or Alcova canopy bed, clearly delineates its function and is comfortable and liveable as much as grand and luxurious.

Born in 1950 in the north Italian city of Meda, Antonio Citterio opened his first office at the age of 22. The architect and designer supposedly had decided on his career path by age 13.

Citterio went on to collaborate with Terry Dwan on architecture projects through the late 1990’s before forming a practice with Patricia Viel that’s today called Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel. Their significant work includes the Technogym headquarters, Bulgari Hotels around the world, Qatar Airways lounges, the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Milan, and the B&B Italia Center for Research in Novedrate, Italy.

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