The Spun Light collection was created for Flos in 2003 by Sebastian Wrong. It's comprised of various table and floor lamps created with the aim of adding an extra touch of elegance to any interior. The lamps have a clean simple shape consisting of an upright of various dimensions which melds softly into the round base and holds up a circular reflector; resting on a plastic supports the reflector contains the bulb and diffuses a subdued and delicate light. The body, the upright and the reflector are made from machined sheet metal; the other parts are in die-cast aluminium and injection moulded polycarbonate. All metal parts have been coated in a special varnish with a high shine finish, in white, grey, mud, black or polished aluminium. The overall look of the lamp is light and elegant concealing its highly resistant metal structure. The table lamp model is fitted with a pressed and frosted glass screen on the upper side of the diffuser preventing the light from being dispersed upwards when placed on a low surface. A dimmer switch is installed on the Spun Light floor lamps power cable for regulating the intensity of the illumination. The contemporary style of these lamps sets then apart making them perfect for modern interiors. The lightness and simplicity of design allows the lamps from this collection to be blended with various types of home decorations, including antiques, and tend to find a place within any furnishing context. With their graceful, clean lines the versatility of the Spun Light lamps is clearly evident either as a single point of illumination, in pairs or even in small groups. Only for indoor use, they should not be installed outside. This collection of lamps takes halogen bulbs ensuring they create a good source of light despite the metal diffuser which contains the area lit within a room, avoiding excessive illumination or glare.