Deconstructed beauty: Filo by Foscarini

Foscarini has launched the Filo table lamp.

Designed by Andrea Anastasio, the table lamp was inspired by the idea of deconstructing the traditional lamp form. By separating individual pieces that comprise it—the light source, the base, decoration elements and electrical wiring—Anastasio brought out each part’s own structural and aesthetic characteristics. Filo’s electrical wire is wrapped in fabric. Varying shapes of Murano glass spheres contrast with the minimal ceramic diffuser.

The lamp comes in eight color combinations. Users can also to string Filo’s wire in whichever loop pattern they choose.

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