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Pink Wireline light hung in front of a wooden door

Designed by Formafantasma, Wireline sits somewhere between artistic expression and industrial design. Designers Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin’s latest creation for Flos represents their design ethos and aesthetic values, where functionality meets the unexpected. It’s a piece that neatly fits within the studio’s universe, where design, social responsibility, and ecology collide.

Close-up view of green Wireline light showing diffuser and green rubber cable

Wireline is a suspension lamp that gives off a compact and homogeneous, diffused light thanks to its diffuser, an extruded extra-clear borosilicate glass bar that contains the LED light source.

Pink Wireline light hung in the centre of a gallery over a light-coloured wood table

The cable, available in pink and forest green, is made of rubber. Two metal connectors fix the light bar to the belt.

Close-up view of the diffuser showing the metal connection to the cable

The lamp is completed by two ceiling roses, one of which is placed in correspondence with the light point and contains the power supply and the dimmer.

Green Wireline light hung in front of a pink wall, next to a black armchair

Suitable for high ceilings, Wireline can be installed as a single suspended light or in a composition of several elements layered together, ideal for hotel and office lobbies, as well as home lofts and open spaces in residential environments.

Multiple pink Wireline lights hung from a white vaulted ceiling
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