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Spun Floor Lamp

c. 2003

by Sebastian Wrong
for Flos

Spun floor lamp combines two arche­typal lamp elements – trumpet base and drum shade – in unex­pected mate­ri­als to create an assem­blage that is both famil­iar yet strik­ingly modern. The base and shade of the Spun lamp are composed of spun metal that has been finished in black, white, or mud gray. The drum shade of the Spun lamp features a sand­blasted pressed glass diffuser screen within that bril­liantly diffuses light from the upper part of the fixture.

The Spun floor lamp refer­ences classic mid-century modernism – Eero Saarinen’s mid-1950s Pedestal Group Collec­tion for Knoll – combined with the time-honored drum lamp­shade” that allows this table light to blend effort­lessly and elegantly within both tradi­tional and contem­po­rary inte­ri­ors. Also avail­able as part of our collec­tion is the Spun table lamp.

Sebastian Wrong

London (1971)

As a designer, Sebastian Wrong explores the balance between function, aesthetics, and refinement. Wrong was born in 1971 in London. He studied sculpture at the Norwich School of Art and Camberwell School of Art, graduating with a BA in 1993. He then established his own successful manufacturing company in 1995.

Sebastian′s education has been in the field of three-dimensional art, and his design practice has aligned with his work in fine art. His interests are in material manipulation, purity of form, function, and honesty. Years of experience has led him to become an award-winning designer, including the prestigious Red Dot design award for the Spun lamp in 2002. Wrong continues to champion innovative design in his role as director of Established & Sons.

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