• Overlap, 2017, Michael anastassiades, Flos
  • Overlap, 2017, Michael anastassiades, Flos

Overlap, 2017

Overlap S1 designed by Michael Anastassiades for Flos.

At Euroluce 2017, Michael Anastassiades launched the Overlap collection. The design consists of two interlocking rings that intersect at right angles, the rings almost appear to be pushing through the membrane-like resign.  

Protected with a transparent spray, the light has a silky finish, similar to that of the cocoons created by butterflies, offering a warm diffused glow. 

Light bulb (not included): E27.

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Overlap S1 designed by Michael Anastassiades for Flos.

At Euroluce 2017, Michael Anastassiades launched the Overlap collection. The design consists of two interlocking rings that intersect at right angles, the rings almost appear to be pushing through the membrane-like resign.  

Protected with a transparent spray, the light has a silky finish, similar to that of the cocoons created by butterflies, offering a warm diffused glow. 

Light bulb (not included): E27.

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Overlap S1 65d x 82cmh
Overlap S2 100d x 126cmh

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The Overlap pendant light series is created using Cocoon, a liquid resin that is sprayed on a steel structure to create its form.
Originally used by the US Army as a protective material for packaging, it’s been used by Flos since the 1960s to create innovative and iconic pieces.
Available in two sizes.

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Flos was founded in 1962 in Merano, for the purpose of producing modern lighting.

Flos was founded in 1962 in Merano, for the purpose of producing modern lighting.

With the intention of developing new lighting concepts, the company enlisted the aid of Achille Castiglioni, Pier Giacomo Castiglioni and Tobia Scarpa. Many successful designs of this trio are still manufactured half a century after their initial realizations. One of the first materials the team experimented with was cocoon, a very pliable material made in the USA. In 1964 Sergio Gandini joined the company, and the headquarters were moved to a new site near Brescia.

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