Kelvin LED Table Lamp

Designed by Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen for Flos


Item Number: 6492
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Architect and designer Antonio Citterio has developed hotels, offices and residences worldwide, while also producing furniture and accessories for companies like Vitra and Flos. His Kelvin LED Table Lamp (2010) is a smart solution that gives you warm, soft light from an energy-efficient light source. The quality of light, and the large spread it provides, is surprising for an LED lamp, which is why we’re excited to bring Kelvin into our assortment. This lamp is designed with a double pantograph arm and a 359-degree swiveling head, which includes LEDs and a diffuser. The entire structure – from the slender, square head to the base – is made of square tube in extruded aluminum alloy. Stainless steel springs and steel cables allow you to position Kelvin to suit the task at hand. Made in Italy.

  • The best of both worlds: warm, soft light and energy-efficient LEDs.
  • Swiveling head contains 30 LEDs (total power consumption 8.4 watts).
  • ON/OFF switch is built into the diffuser head.
  • Using special Flostouch technology, this switch needs only a slight touch to turn the lamp on or off, or toggle between two levels of light intensity.


Antonio Citterio

ITALY (1950)

Antonio Citterio has earned a reputation for his uncompromising design and craftsmanship. Born in Meda, a small city north of Milan, Citterio graduated in architecture from the Politecnico of Milan in 1972 and established a design studio with Paolo Nava, who remained a close collaborator until 1981. Citterio also worked with architect Vittorio Gregotti on the restoration of the Brera Art ...

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H 18.5" W 22.25" Base D 6.5" Cord L 6'


Die cast aluminum alloy; steel cables; stainless steel springs; water-based paint; LED.

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