Multifunctional clampable luminaire construction
Parentesi means "bracket" or "brackets" in Italian and describes the principle of the ceiling spotlight from Flos . A steel cable, which is "clamped" between ceiling and floor, allows the height of a steel tube to which the lamp body is attached to be adjusted. The design of this practical lamp by Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzù dates back to 1970, and its innovative mix of pendant and floor lamp was awarded the coveted Golden Circle "Compasso d'Oro" in 1979.
Tube and rope made of robust steel
Luminaire for direct light.
Height adjustment of the lamp body is possible by sliding a shaped, liquid-coated (black, white, red) or nickel-plated steel tube on a steel cable that is stretched from ceiling to floor at full room height (effective length: 400 centimetres)
Lamp head in black injection moulded elastomer (UL-94 HB) with built-in control switch.
The spotlight is optional and is also available with a dimmer for an extra charge.