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Item No. 158343

Arco Floor Lamp

$3,295.00
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Item No. 158343

Arco Floor Lamp

$3,295.00

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  • Dramatic overhead lighting.
  • No ceiling suspension required.
  • Adjustable arc, swiveling shade.
  • 94.88" H 77.95" W
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Designed by Achille Castiglioni for Flos
Arco Floor Lamp
$3,295.00
Chic, elegant, iconic — Whether arcing over a dining table or a pool table, a sofa or a chair, the dazzling Arco Floor Lamp adds drama, beauty, and function to any setting.
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Casting light on the subject

Inspired by a streetlight, brothers Achille and Pier Castiglioni created the Arco Floor Lamp (1962), which provides overhead lighting without requiring ceiling suspension. It features a polished shade on a swiveling arm for precise lighting control. Arco became an icon when it appeared with Sean Connery in Diamonds Are Forever. It resides in the permanent collection of MoMA. This is the authentic Arco Lamp produced by Flos. Bulb (included): incandescent 100W/A21SB/E26. Made in Italy.
  • Dramatic overhead lighting.
  • No ceiling suspension required.
  • Adjustable arc, swiveling shade.
Brand Flos
General Dimensions
  • 94.88" H 77.95" W
Product Weight 136.69 lbs
Assembly Requires Assembly
Warranty 1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

Arco Floor Lamp

  • Height (in): 94.88
  • Width (in): 77.95
  • Diameter (in): 11.02
  • Weight (lbs): 136.69
  • Cord Length (in): 105.91
  • Carrara marble base
  • Stainless steel arc
  • Spun aluminum shade

Achille Castiglioni

Achille Castiglioni’s designs were often inspired by everyday things and made use of ordinary materials like extruded aluminum and stainless steel. The genius of his inventive imagination was in his ability to use the minimal amount of materials while creating forms with a maximum effect. “Start from scratch, stick to common sense, and know your goals and means,” he often told his students.

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