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Artemide lighting products are ideal for any situation

Artemide lamps are popular on account of their diverse range of designs and sophisticated construction. Each design is tailored to meet specific needs as lights play a prominent role in the way our living spaces are styled and configured. Ceiling lights illuminate entire rooms whereas spot lights are designed to specifically project a beam of light onto pictures and individual works of art. Desk lamps provide us with bright light for working and table lamps create a dimmed mood-lighting effect. A well-considered lighting concept will always enable you to create different ambiances at home. Artemide lamps will bring you one step closer to achieving your dream home.

 

Artemide lighting design classics

Many of the design classics in the Artemide lighting range are available as part of entire lines consisting of table lamps, pendants and wall lights. By opting for a particular design, you can create a basic lighting concept that runs through your home like a common thread:

 
  1. Tolomeo: The Tolomeo table lamp is one of Artemide’s best-selling designer lamps. The swivel arm and spring balance system are clearly visible and reveal how the lamp works. Created in 1987 by designers Michele de Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina, this single table lamp has now inspired an entire line. Wall lights, floor lamps and pendants for inside and out in a range of different colours are now available with the Tolomeo design.
  2. nh: The nh line from Chinese design studio Neri & Hu combines black metal with brass and blown-glass diffusors. The exposed design of the line of pendants, wall lights and table lamps is a reinterpretation of the innovative Tolomeo lamp.

Take a look at other lines of Artemide lamps at Made in Design or invest in a single, individual lamp. A single designer lamp can be a real head-turner in a room or create an intentional clash of styles with a heavily contrasted design. Have a look at the classic Artemide lamps as well:

 
  1. Tizio: The Tizio table lamp is a design classic by Richard Sapper and, thanks to its open design, still to this day makes a fabulous addition to any desk.
  2. Nesso: The Nesso table lamp was designed in 1967 by Giancarlo Mattioli. It is shaped a bit like a mushroom or a jellyfish and will give your home a real pop-art feel. A new edition of this Artemide lamp has been released as a smaller version called Nessino.
 

Artemide designer lamps: classics “Made in Italy”

Italian lighting manufacturer Artemide was founded in 1959 by Ernesto Gismondi and Sergio Mazza. Their lighting products are now world-famous iconic creations that have won multiple international design awards. Artemide designer lamps have always been known for their pared-back design and visible functionality. The creative and timeless pieces combine clever engineering with style. These days, Artemide lamps are showcased in collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome – and perhaps will be showcased in your home one day too via Made in Design.