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Flos Ktribe T1 Halogen Table Lamp

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Perfect for a desk or hall table, Philippe Starck’s dimmable lamp offers subtle illumination through the graceful interplay of its inner and outer diffusers. Chrome-plated alloy and polished aluminum components add notes of Starck’s signature precision to the design. Both the designer and the manufacturer, Flos, are represented in MoMA’s collection. Made in Italy. Designed by Phillipe Starck for FLOS. 

Known for prominent commissions like the Elysée Palace interiors for Francois Mitterrand and accessible work like his housewares for Target, French designer Philippe Starck is both design world luminary and household name. Following “democratic design,” he believes that thoughtfully conceived objects should be available to all. His wide-ranging design work includes furniture, mail-order houses, motorcycles, mega-yachts, and even artistic direction for space travel. Starck’s work was featured in the MoMA PS1 solo exhibition Philippe Starck: Furniture and Objects (1999).

• On-cord dimmer with 0-100% luminosity adjustment.
• 64" cord.
• UL certified.
• Requires one 72W BT-15 ECO halogen (included).

  • Designer
    Phillipe Starck
  • Size
    22h x 12.4"diam.
  • Materials
    Aluminum, PMMA, Polycarbonate, Zamak
  • Year of Design
    2007
  • Origin
    Italy
Flos Ktribe T1 Halogen Table Lamp

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