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Tolomeo Micro Parete
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Tolomeo Micro Parete Artemide

Marque : Artemide
Designer : Michele de Lucchi & Giancarlo Fassina
ID : A0109.. + A025150
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Description :
Tolomeo Parete is a wall lamp designed by Michele De Lucchi & Giancarlo Fassina for Artemide. The version of "micro" is the smallest version of the series of the famous Tolomeo, a best seller Artemide. Both industrial and design, this wall lamp will dress your home with a modern twist !

Characteristics :
Lamp with switch
Adjustable arms of polished aluminium
Rotatable diffuser of matt aluminium
Hinges of polished aluminium with tension control knob system
Available in aluminium, red, anthracite or black
Wall mounting always silver
1 incandescente bulb E14 28W not included

Dimensions :


Artemide was founded by Ernesto Gismondi and Sergio Mazza in 1958. Their aim was to design lights which encompass a fine balance of form, function, innovation and efficiency. This aim was achieved by a company which made and is still making, worldwide, the history of design and of Italian manufacturing quality, earning many accolades for the company and its competence, including the Compasso d'Oro award for lifetime achievement in 1995 and the European Design Prize nel 1997.

In the 60s the whole spectrum of Italian manufacturing quality - known in Italy as Il Made in Italy - became a huge phenomenon which soon gained international status together with the values of Italian industrial culture.

In the very dynamic yet chaotic climate typical of every statu nascenti, Artemide swiftly emerged as a benchmark in Italian manufacturing quality: its lights soon became a yardstick of quality and an international icon of innovation.

The 60s produced such cult lights as Eclisse, designed by Vico Magistretti, which won the Compasso d'Oro in 1969; and Nesso, designed by Giancarlo Mattioli and Gruppo Architetti Città Nuova.

THE 70s: Furnishing design

The new-product development underpinning Artemide's work led the company, in the 70s, to focus on furnishing design; an activity which continued into the late 80s. Many of the products created during this period are still on permanent exhibition in the temples of world design in New York - MOMA and the Metropolitan Museum (Artemide in museums).

As far as lighting was concerned, Artemide continued its research into materials and light sources and into product industrialisation. This period saw the creation of articles which continue to define lighting aesthetics and ambient quality, such as Tizio, designed by Richard Sapper.

THE 80s: Emerging designers

The special relationship with design and designers that has been important throughout Artemide's history received new impetus in the 80s when the firm worked in co-operation with not only successful, established luminaries, such as Ettore Sottsass, but also emerging international names, such as Santiago Calatrava and Mario Botta, who soon achieved worldwide fame.

The success of Artemide's lighting continued unabated: Tolomeo, designed by Michele De Lucchi, was awarded the Compasso d'Oro in 1989.

THE 90s: The Human Light

The 90s dawned with the birth of Artemide COLLEZIONI, a new range which reintroduced and reinterpreted traditional materials using an innovative design which nonetheless captured the expressive poetry of lighting of yesteryear.

Over the decade, Artemide carefully pondered its mission, eventually electing The Human Light as the philosophy to guide its future development.

Artemide interprets subjective human needs, offering an immediate, concrete solution in the form of the Metamorfosi project created in 1996. Using new technology, METAMORFOSI allows the user to choose and create different lighting colours to suit the mood and the use of a particular room at any given time.

Artemide continued to explore the field of light sources throughout the 90s, using innovative technologies such as LEDs.

The 00s:

The decade opened with an exploration of lighting-performance enhancement to make it multifunctional and multisensory. Artemide drew up the A.L.S.O. project aimed at increasing people's wellbeing by combining lighting with other benefits, such as air filtration or sound, which have a positive effect on ambient quality.

Artemide also developed the "range" concept, creating families of products based on long-popular lighting. Thus, Tolomeo, designed by Michele De Lucchi, and Talo by Neil Poulton, were extended to include a full range of models suited to diverse needs.

Cadmo floor lamp by Artemide  Tolomeo lamps by Artemide Tizio desk lamps by Artemide Mesmeri wall lamp by Artemide
Cadmo Artemide
Tolomeo Artemide
Tizio Artemide
Mesmeri Artemide

A steel panel screens and releases a soft indirect light upwards together with a diffused light along the vertical aperture of the lamp.

Tolomeo collection by Artemide, Rotatable lamps in all directions and with cantilevered arms.

Desk lamps collection with Adjustable counterbalanced arms and head in painted alu.

The sinuous plastic line of the lamp unit envelops and masks the light source inside it, emitting a soft beam of light upwards.

Edge by Artemide Nur pendant lamp by Artemide Nesso table lamp by Artemide Mercury pendant lamp by Artemide
Edge Artemide
Nur Artemide
Nesso Artemide
Mercury Artemide

Edge by Artemide is white polypropylene wall or ceiling light.

Nur pendant lamps collection by Artemide with aluminium body.

The Nesso table lamp has won the 1st price of Studio Artemide/Domus in 1965 in Milan.

A series of large pebbles fluctuating in a hard aluminum simple and modern.

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