Goldman Flos is a table lamp created by Ron Gilad. The table lamp Goldman Flos by Ron Gilad is inspired to the Banker's lamps, one of the earliest kinds of electric lamps. They were made as early as the 1800s. Typically produced of a solid brass base and a green glass shade and functioned as accent or task lighting. Originally they were used by bankers, who worked long hours, looking at small numbers. They needed extra light on their desk to make their job a little easier. "Goldman", named after an investment banking firm, designed as a step in the evolution of this traditional lamp, a charge with high technology and slick lines.
Frame in aluminium with diffusers in clear methacrylate. Optical switch on base, dimmable with the "Soft Touch" technology. The power cable is 2.5 metres long. The power supply is on a plug with interchangeable sockets.
Bulb included 42 LED - 5W - 420lm total - 2700K - CRI85.