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Noctam­bule Floor Lamp

c. 2019

by Konstantin Grcic
for Flos

Powered by LED tech­nol­ogy, Noctam­bule floor lamps are inno­v­a­tive light­ing fixtures designed by Konstan­tin Grcic. The trans­par­ent hand-blown body blends into any room when unlit, but it makes its pres­ence known when it glows at night. Avail­able in a variety of designs and combi­na­tions, this dimma­ble lamp is created from stack­able cylin­dri­cal bodies at low and high heights with optional dome and cone-shaped heads for a more direct light source. Noctam­bule floor lamps can be used as a pendant light or a stand­ing lamp, depend­ing on the need and preferences. 

Noctam­bule is avail­able in an array of styles: Cone Top with Small Base in one or two high cylin­ders; Short Cylin­ders with Small Base in one, two, three or four low cylin­ders; Tall Cylin­ders with Cone or Bowl Top and Large Base in three high cylin­ders with a bowl, three high cylin­ders with a cone, or four high cylin­ders; Tall Cylin­ders with Small Base.

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Konstantin Grcic

Germany (1965)

“Designing a lamp is no longer limited to working around a given bulb. Today, it means designing the actual bulb or light source. This challenged me to think of Parentesi, a lamp that celebrated the traditional bulb in the most effective and beautiful way. Would it be possible to rethink the Parentesi lamp once more and pass the Manzù-Castiglioni torch on to the future? – Konstantin Grcic

Born in 1965 in Munich, Konstantin Grcic developed his particular aesthetic and became a well-known industrial designer. In 1991, he founded Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design in his hometown. His design work was often informed by his foundation in traditional cabinetmaking and included furniture, lighting, and accessories, often with the incorporation of unusual or innovative materials. Grcic uses injection molded plastic and aluminum die casting for the overall design of furniture pieces rather than regulating these materials to simple structural components. He has collections featured both at MoMA in New York City and the Deutsches Museum in Munich. He has collaborated with Authentics, Flos, Krups, Magis, Moroso, Muji, Plank, and Vitra. Notable pieces by Grcic include Chair_One and the Mayday lamp.

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