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“No desk lamp should make you use two hands to position it.” Michele De Lucchi
A study in balance and movement, the Tolomeo table lamp is designed for a fully adjustable direction of light. Created for Artemide in 1987 by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina, Tolomeo has become an icon almost 30 years after its birth.
Now available with an integrated LED light source, model variations include an incorporated dimmer switch on the head, a motion sensor which uses passive infrared technology for energy conservation, and/or Tunable White LED technology allowing for varied intensities and colour temperatures to be obtained.
“Tolomeo lamp was made to go everywhere, stay everywhere, work everywhere. Now on its 30th anniversary, we know it will never become old. Even in the future it will go everywhere, stay everywhere, work everywhere, forever!“ Michele De Lucchi.
2.Artemide: Shogun (image)
Shogun is a table lamp created by Mario Botta in 1986. It’s a soft light that produces a unique ambience of light and shadow. Shogun has used geometry and colour contrast to great effect. The lamp is available in either black or white.
The structure of this lovely table lamp is made of perforated steel. This creates appealing and eye-catching shadow and light plays by allowing the reflectors to be moved at will. The Shogun Table Lamp is the ideal and strong lamp for creating a spectacular mood in a room.
Designed by Giancarlo Mattioli and Gruppo Architetti Urbanisti Città Nuova, in the glamorous 60’s era, Nesso is an international icon of futuristic, democratic design. Part of the “Modern Classics” reissued line, it was a marvel of ABS thermoplastic injection molding when first introduced in 1967 thus bringing industrial materials and methods to the home and office environments. A dash of colour and a design inspired by nature, Nesso stems from the visionary identity of Artemide.
Its’ iconic curves wind into a true collectable, expressive statement piece of internationally acclaimed calibre and fame. An iconic piece having staged its presence in various landmarks, Nesso is considered a valuable piece of art. An “icon” of design, part of the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Museum of Modern Art.
Drylight is the heart of the technology of this fascinating style project. It is the result of years of research by the Masiero R&D department which has managed to develop a technology that responds efficiently and definitively to three problems that until now seemed insurmountable; protection against water and dust penetration, corrosion resistance; Resistance to stress,wind and shocks and finally lightness, modularity and simplicity of installation.
The Mayfair table lamp is the work of designer Diego Fortunato. An update of the 19th Century lamp with an obviously innovative approach to aesthetics and technology through its use of LED light sources and new materials.
Vibia manufactures the table lamp in six different finishes. Can be dimmed via an optical sensor.
Vibia presents the Funnel ceiling lights. The Funnel ceiling light is defined by its organic silhouette and indirect light which can illuminate any room where it is fitted. Vibia produces the Funnel ceiling lights in a variety of sizes and the user can also choose from a selection of light sources: halogen bulb, a fluorescent tube or LED. Thanks to the range of gloss or matt lacquered white finishes the lamp blends seamlessly with ceilings creating a unique lighting effect.
7.Wever and Ducré: Hexo wall 1.0 (image)
Simply elegant. This is a classic wall lamp in the colour Brass.
Its hexagonal design provides very good high and low diffuse lighting around the space. This wall lamp, made of brushed metal with a brass finish, will bathe a corridor or lounge in indirect light. Hexo’s ageless style generated a one-of-a-kind ambience in your house, hotel, and all other crossing sites.