Flos Tatou

Tatou

Patricia Urquiola designed the Tatou collection for Flos in 2012. Tatou is French for armadillo, this mammal is famous for its patterned shell. The domes resemble the armadillo's shell. United by molded plastic bands in a geometric pattern that delicately diffuses the light.

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Tatou

Patricia Urquiola designed the Tatou collection for Flos in 2012. Tatou is French for armadillo, this mammal is famous for its patterned shell. The domes resemble the armadillo's shell. United by molded plastic bands in a geometric pattern that delicately diffuses the light. The collection includes a floor lamp, hanging lamp and table lamp.

 

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Patricia Urquiola

Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola is one of the most famous female designers of our time. Her designs are functional, playful, sensual and almost always inspired by everyday life. Patricia Urquiola studied architecture at the Polytechnic Institute in Madrid and later in Milan, where she graduated in 1989. Achille Castiglioni, her mentor at the Politecnico di Milano, taught her passion for design. Her playful but homely designs are also included in the collections of B&B Italia, Agape, Kettal, Flos, Foscarini, Kartell, Molteni and Alessi, among others.

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