Flamenco interprets the concept of “deconstruction” where each element of the floor lamp appears, at first glance, distinct and unencumbered by the others, as if it were a body in itself.
As for the bird whose name is echoed (the flamingo in fact, flamenco in Spanish), the individual elements find equilibrium when they are put together.
The overall effect is harmonious even in the “disharmony” of the parts. The narrow and high parallelepiped base is the beating heart of the system: it changes finish according to the environment that must accommodate it.
Proposed in marble, wood, iron or concrete, the base offers a solid base to support the stem that is grafted onto it while maintaining a slender and tapered design. In contrast, the voluminous ceiling lamp completes the whole.