Flex Table LampPrice: $700.00
Design by Ramos and Bassols.
Made in Spain by Vibia.
Subtle beauty for contemporary workspaces. The Flex Table Lamp is a fully adjustable task-driven table lamp. Its sleek, low profile design and flexible head make it the perfect balance of form and function.
With an innovative flexible head and starkly defined silhouette inspired by the graceful bend of the Bezier curve, the Flex possesses a calculated allure. Designer Ramos & Bassols' initial intention was to create a reading lamp to perfectly complement the demanding needs of today's workspace. The result was a LED lamp that surpasses all functional requirements for task lighting. IP20 Rated and UL Listed.
Shown in White Lacquer finish.
- High lumen output technology
- Anti-glare acrylic lens and polycarbonate screen panel prevent lateral light-leak
- Energy efficient LED technology and a sensor optical dimmer
- LED light source uses Pulse Width Moderation to regulate color temperature and consistency
Material(s): Metal body, acrylic diffuser
- 17.75"H X 32.5" Extension
- Base: 6.75" Square
Bulbs: 1 X 8W 120V LED plate (included)
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Designer: David Ramos TarresView other products by David Ramos Tarres
Designer: Jordi Bassols BorrellView other products by Jordi Bassols Borrell
Vibia, Inc. was founded in 1999 with the express mission of providing pure design lighting products of unparalleled quality for the contemporary lighting market. Each and every one of Vibia's lighting designs responds to the same criteria: purity in lines, refinement in materials, and innovation in technology.
Vibia has been a prestigious brand in the European lighting market for over a decade. Now, this prestige has been brought to North America through Vibia, Inc. The visible components of the products originate in Spain, while all of the final product assembly is completed in Northern California. Vibia provides the best of both continents: European style and American service.View other products from Vibia