2097 Chandelier
2097/18, 2097/30, 2097/50

design Gino Sarfatti, 1958

The 2097 chandelier is a unique piece designed by Gino Sarfatti for the Italian brand Flos in 1958. The black, chrome or brass frame is surrounded by a group of 18, 30 to 50 bulbs.  The electrical cords are not hidden, quite the contrary: they extend freely to the central structure, constituting an essential element of the design and giving it a soft and organic character. 

The 2097 chandelier s a perfect marriage of the grandeur of traditional chandeliers and the minimalist style of the 1950s with a touch of industrial aesthetics. The 2097 chandelier catch the eye, even in a large open space. Their finely balanced elegance suits classic and modern interiors.

Light source 18, 30 or 50 LED bulbs included (socket E14 – 2,7W – 150 lumen – 2700K) – frosted or clear
Cable 280 cm
Materials steel

2097 pendant is available:
- in 3 sizes: 18 arms, 30 arms, 50 arms
- in 3 finishes: chrome, brass, matt black
- with clear or frosted bulbs

model 2097/18
18 arms
1650 €

model 2097/30
30 arms
2200 €

model 2097/50
50 arms
3250 €

2097 Chandelier Brass

2097 Chandelier Chrome

2097 Chandelier Matt Black




replacement bulb 

1 Bulb
Frosted or Clear

20 Bulb
Frosted or Clear

32 Bulb
Frosted or Clear

Gino Sarfatti

Gino Sarfatti, born in Venice in 1912, studied naval aviation engineering at the University of Genoa. From 1939, he worked in the lighting sector and created Arteluce, which quickly became a national and international reference for lighting in the modern architecture movement.

In his thirty years of activity, Gino Sarfatti has designed and produced more than 400 lights and conducted uninterrupted research on innovation in typology, materials, production technologies, light sources, technical lighting effects and design.

For Arteluce, the 1950s were a golden age: in 1954, two of Sarfatti's lamps received the Grand Prix of the Milan Triennale and, over the next two years, his creations won the Compasso d'Oro Award. In 1973, Sarfatti sold Arteluce to Italian lighting manufacturer Flos, which continues to produce Sarfatti's classic designs.