Flos Glo-Ball

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January 25, 2009
Originally published in Home Savings
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  The Glo-Ball owes its diffusion to a simple sandwich: white glass between two 
clear layers. Here is the suspended version of the popular lamp.
    The Glo-Ball owes its diffusion to a simple sandwich: white glass between two clear layers. Here is the suspended version of the popular lamp.
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  The furnaces at Vetrerie New Glass, one of the facilities that Flos contracts to produce its Glo-Ball, burn at around two-thousand degrees celsius–temperatures at which sand becomes molten glass.
    The furnaces at Vetrerie New Glass, one of the facilities that Flos contracts to produce its Glo-Ball, burn at around two-thousand degrees celsius–temperatures at which sand becomes molten glass.
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