The Flos Spun Light T2 Table Lamp, designed by Sebastian Wrong. LT073
Posted on October 30 2016
Sebastian Wrong was born in 1971 in London and he studied BA Hons in Fine Art (sculpture) Norwich School of Art and Camberwell School of Art, graduated in 1993. His education has been in the field of three dimensional art, and his design practice has developed as parallel work with fine art. His interests are in material manipulation, purity of form, function and honesty. The design work cultivates from the balance between function, aesthetics and refinement.
The beautiful Spun Light T2 table lamp was designed in 2003 by Sebastian Wrong for the Italian lamp manufacturer Flos. Its design convinces with timelessness and modernity - features that enable the table lamp to adapt subtly to any environment and yet set an elegant and stylish accent. Spun Light T2 emits diffused light, which makes for a comfortable room atmosphere. Its lamp body and diffuser are made of one rotated metal sheet, the diffuser support and illuminant socket of lacquered die-cast aluminium . The diffuser supports are made of white injection-moulded polycarbonate, the upper diffuser shade of sand-blasted pressed glass. All around a very durable table lamp with a stable foothold.
“The essence of the Spun Light is simplicity. Modern manufacturing technology embracing elegance and craftsmanship. Fabricated and machined from aluminium and made to high specification. It is inspired by dynamic fluid aesthetics. The lights are bold and sleek using colour and form to create a contemporary classic.” Sebastian Wrong