Chrysalis Floor Lamp

Designed by:  Marcel Wanders
Manufactured by:  FLOS

This stunning floor lamp invokes the beauty of a towering vase, casting a diffused light that is smartly juxtaposed with a floral projection overhead. The internal structure is made of steel, and the "cocoon" resin used in the diffuser coat originally used by the Castiglioni brothers and Tobia Scarpa in the 1960’s has been enhanced and tempered to cater to the shape of the modern floor lamp. The Chrysalis is equipped with two light sources that are controlled by dual pedal switches mounted on a power cable. The body is lit with a 54W T5 fluorescent bulb and the pattern is projected from the top of the fixture with a 60W T4 halogen. Both bulbs are included. Manufactured by Flos.

Designed in 2011.

15" Diameter, 78.8" H

$4,995.00
Designed by:  Marcel Wanders
Manufactured by:  FLOS

This stunning floor lamp invokes the beauty of a towering vase, casting a diffused light that is smartly juxtaposed with a floral projection overhead. The internal structure is made of steel, and the "cocoon" resin used in the diffuser coat originally used by the Castiglioni brothers and Tobia Scarpa in the 1960’s has been enhanced and tempered to cater to the shape of the modern floor lamp. The Chrysalis is equipped with two light sources that are controlled by dual pedal switches mounted on a power cable. The body is lit with a 54W T5 fluorescent bulb and the pattern is projected from the top of the fixture with a 60W T4 halogen. Both bulbs are included. Manufactured by Flos.

Designed in 2011.

15" Diameter, 78.8" H

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Designed by:  Marcel Wanders
Manufactured by:  FLOS

This stunning floor lamp invokes the beauty of a towering vase, casting a diffused light that is smartly juxtaposed with a floral projection overhead. The internal structure is made of steel, and the "cocoon" resin used in the diffuser coat originally used by the Castiglioni brothers and Tobia Scarpa in the 1960’s has been enhanced and tempered to cater to the shape of the modern floor lamp. The Chrysalis is equipped with two light sources that are controlled by dual pedal switches mounted on a power cable. The body is lit with a 54W T5 fluorescent bulb and the pattern is projected from the top of the fixture with a 60W T4 halogen. Both bulbs are included. Manufactured by Flos.

Designed in 2011.

15" Diameter, 78.8" H

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Marcel Wanders

Marcel Wanders is a leading product and interior design studio credited with 1,900+ iconic projects. Under the creative leadership of Marcel Wanders, who is supported by Gabriele Chiave since 2014, the multi-disciplinary team of 40 breathes creativity across a multitude of projects. Marcel Wanders works with premium brands such as Alessi, Baccarat, Bisazza, Christofle, Decorté, Flos, KLM, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Louis Vuitton, Morgans Hotel Group, Puma, Swarovski. Today, many of Marcel Wanders’ designs are celebrated in some of the most renowned museums in the world, including the Centre Pompidou (FR), MoMA (US), and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (NL).
Marcel Wanders is shaping the design industry and advocating for a more romantic and humanistic design thinking. Respecting the past and the diversity of cultures, Marcel Wanders develops a contemporary language that is personal yet a catalyst for the post-post-modernist era we call the “Contemporary Renaissance of Humanism”