B-Side: Can Can

This pendant lamp designed by Marcel Wanders for Flos is a great example of how functionality and expression can mix up in a powerful combination.
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Can Can

The Can Can lamp is brilliant in its lucid simplicity; a classic hard bell-like shell hosts the light source that has been cleverly covered with a draped white cloth. 
The functional benefit of having the light bulb shielded and the light diffused is obvious, and the expressive effect of the draped textile is surprisingly amusing; it ads a soft, intimate yet enjoyably ironic personality to the lamp. Can Can could reveal to be a nice conversation starter.

Can Can
  Can Can
  Can Can

Can Can 
Designer: Marcel Wanders 
Company: Flos 
Year: 2009 
Materials: draped cloth

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