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Jan Vingerhoets of Flos on the Future of Lighting Design

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The CEO of Flos USA addresses the versatility of LED and what's next for lighting design.
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  Designed by the French brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the AIM lamps can be configured in any number of ways. Photo by Philippe Jarrigeon.

    Designed by the French brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the AIM lamps can be configured in any number of ways. Photo by Philippe Jarrigeon.

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  The AIM lamps' power cables double as a tactile, decorative element. Photo courtesy of Flos.

    The AIM lamps' power cables double as a tactile, decorative element. Photo courtesy of Flos.

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  A sketch for Flos' AIM pendant lamp. Image courtesy of Flos.

    A sketch for Flos' AIM pendant lamp. Image courtesy of Flos.

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  Scheduled for release in May 2014, Flos' String Lights can be combined and customized. They are held together with thin black electrical cords that are drawn into taught, geometric shapes. Photo by Ben Murphy.

    Scheduled for release in May 2014, Flos' String Lights can be combined and customized. They are held together with thin black electrical cords that are drawn into taught, geometric shapes. Photo by Ben Murphy.

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  The String Lights represent another way that Flos is, as Vingerhoets puts it, giving “people the tools to express themselves with our lights.” Photo by Ben Murphy.

    The String Lights represent another way that Flos is, as Vingerhoets puts it, giving “people the tools to express themselves with our lights.” Photo by Ben Murphy.

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