May Day conceived by Konstantin Grcic is a multifunctional lamp. In 98, Konstantin Grcic is inspired by the safety lamps and conceives May Day a lamp that will adjust to the best to whatever use: choose to use it as table lamp, and this small cone will offer you its light putting it head down or simply laid, for a direct light. The same way for use it as floor lamp, if you want to bring the light next to an ottoman or to put it on a coffee table for reading. Finally, if you don't want the tie of a light point leaned, you can hang it where you like more, both to a simple hook and to another object already in the room, for a pleasant suspension lamp. An idea from the thousand uses therefore, to set and move on your demands and humours. Its minimalist design inserted to the perfection in the Flos collection. Besides the choice of the resistant materials in the time as the opaline polypropylene injection modeled will guarantee a long life to your balladeuse lamp. The hook for the suspension is also used as cable roll, which is also in polypropylene and available in the orange or in black version.
The button switch is situated on the handle has a injection modeled elastomer cover. A lamp from the apparent simplicity therefore, but under the appearances a true versatile treasure, with the incomparable Grcic's style which is rewarded in 2001 with May Day with the the prestigious Golden Compass.
Description of the excluded light bulb: 1 x MAX 60W E27 HSGSA or 1 LED 9,5W E27 806lm 2700K