“Florensis is a new concept in lighting aesthetics for all kinds of applications. Its floral bud has been arrived at through a unique way of creating form; the convergence of two different flows and processes.
The host form has been extruded in a linear way, suggesting upward growth, whereas the “Bud” has been machined into its nature form, opening up beautiful botanical apertures and veins that diffuse both light and heat.
The light therefore washes back through the complex shapes whilst orientating the light upward and outward, in essence a known typology but in identity something with a fresh new industrial beauty”. Ross Lovegrove 2013
The head of the lamp, obtained through a highly innovative process, has both an aesthetic and a technological function. Lovegrove’s organic design translates the requirements of the LED technology into a floral shape that diffuses indirect light and interacts with air to promote heat dissipation.
Base: painted Zamak, stem: painted steel, head: anodized aluminium
Light emission: diffused
Colors: grey, black

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