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Artemide

Artemide is a world leader in the high-end residential and professional lighting sector. The company was established in 1960 by aeronautical engineer Ernesto Gismondi, and architect Sergio Mazza. Based in the Milanese suburb of Pregnana, Artemide has been responsible for some of the most iconic lighting designed in the last 50 years.Read More

The Artemide lighting collection is exceptional in every way. Its extensive range encompasses a wide variety of styles which can be used for numerous applications including architectural, residential and commercial. The collection includes everything from contemporary decorative lighting for the ceiling, wall, table and floor such as the Artemide Tolomeo range that includes the Artemide Tolomeo Mega, to hi-tech architectural fittings and outdoor lighting.

Throughout its history, Artemide has attracted some of the best names in the design industry including Michele De Lucchi, Livio Castiglioni, Gianfranco Frattini, Vico Magistretti, Richard Sapper, and more recently Carlo Colombo, Zaha Hadid, Herzog & de Meuron, Ross Lovegrove, Karim Rashid and Issey Miyake.

Since the year 2000 Artemide has actively promoted workshops with design schools (for example the Royal college of Art in London) in order to find the brightest young talents. The Artemide collection is considered to be timeless design and showcases some significant examples of modern lighting that rightfully belong to the history of modern design: forms, lighting techniques and original design concepts invented by Artemide, are readily acclaimed and adopted by consumers and museum collections all over the world.

Many of the their lamps are now on permanent display in several museum collections including the MoMA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnica in Milan, the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. In 2008, the Mercury lamp designed by Ross Lovegrove won the coveted Red Dot Design Award for “best of the best” product.

Artemide is known for numerous famous design classics: the Tizio lamp by Richard Sapper which brought cantilevered elegance to halogen lighting, the Artemide Tolomeo lamp series by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina which crosses severe industrial style with classic chic. Other modern lighting icons by Artemide include the Logico series by Michelle de Lucchi, the Melampo collection by Adrien Gardere, the Castore lamp series by Michelle de Lucchi & Hubb Ubbens and the Choose range of lamps by Matteo Thun and the Mesmeri wall light by Eric Sole.

Artemide’s lighting products are much more than highly refined design objects, ensuring a top technical performance – they are objects born from man’s experience to satisfy man’s needs.

Artemide

Artemide is a world leader in the high-end residential and professional lighting sector. The company was established in 1960 by aeronautical engineer Ernesto Gismondi, and architect Sergio Mazza. Based in the Milanese suburb of Pregnana, Artemide has been responsible for some of the most iconic lighting designed in the last 50 years.Read More

The Artemide lighting collection is exceptional in every way. Its extensive range encompasses a wide variety of styles which can be used for numerous applications including architectural, residential and commercial. The collection includes everything from contemporary decorative lighting for the ceiling, wall, table and floor such as the Artemide Tolomeo range that includes the Artemide Tolomeo Mega, to hi-tech architectural fittings and outdoor lighting.

Throughout its history, Artemide has attracted some of the best names in the design industry including Michele De Lucchi, Livio Castiglioni, Gianfranco Frattini, Vico Magistretti, Richard Sapper, and more recently Carlo Colombo, Zaha Hadid, Herzog & de Meuron, Ross Lovegrove, Karim Rashid and Issey Miyake.

Since the year 2000 Artemide has actively promoted workshops with design schools (for example the Royal college of Art in London) in order to find the brightest young talents. The Artemide collection is considered to be timeless design and showcases some significant examples of modern lighting that rightfully belong to the history of modern design: forms, lighting techniques and original design concepts invented by Artemide, are readily acclaimed and adopted by consumers and museum collections all over the world.

Many of the their lamps are now on permanent display in several museum collections including the MoMA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnica in Milan, the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. In 2008, the Mercury lamp designed by Ross Lovegrove won the coveted Red Dot Design Award for “best of the best” product.

Artemide is known for numerous famous design classics: the Tizio lamp by Richard Sapper which brought cantilevered elegance to halogen lighting, the Artemide Tolomeo lamp series by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina which crosses severe industrial style with classic chic. Other modern lighting icons by Artemide include the Logico series by Michelle de Lucchi, the Melampo collection by Adrien Gardere, the Castore lamp series by Michelle de Lucchi & Hubb Ubbens and the Choose range of lamps by Matteo Thun and the Mesmeri wall light by Eric Sole.

Artemide’s lighting products are much more than highly refined design objects, ensuring a top technical performance – they are objects born from man’s experience to satisfy man’s needs.

 
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