Vincent van Duysen creates an outdoor lighting collection for FLOS using unconventional materials.
January 9th, 2017
Concrete, cast iron, coated aluminium and oxidized bronze – these may not always be the first materials that come to mind when one thinks of lighting products, but Vincent van Duysen has chosen to use them in his Casting collection for FLOS, and with beautiful results.
Casting is a sculptural LED bollard light for outdoor use. Its compact and solid shape makes a statement in any space, be it a garden or walkway, and its textured diffusing glass ensures optional light distribution.
The coated aluminium version is offered in white, black, rust red, anthracite and aluminium.
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