Artemide

Artemide is a world leader in lighting design. Ernesto Gismondi founded Artemide in 1960 in Italy and went on to design lights which have become iconic. Artemide successfully combine next-generation technology with insights and experience from the past.

Artemide is based in Pregnana Milanese, but has global presence - their products are distributed in 98 countries. They partner with leading architects and undertake technological and sociocultural research to create lighting masterpieces. Artemide lighting originates from the highest quality manufacturing and work with leading international universities for outstanding research.

The company’s success means that they are continually inventing and innovating filing patents on new lighting solutions. Ten patents were filed in 2016 alone.

Artemide is well-known for ‘The Human Light’ philosophy which defines the company’s vision. This philosophy is to consider the user’s lifestyle, home and daily routines, rather than just think about the light itself. They design lights that are flexible, adaptable and provide precision lighting while conserving resources. Artemide lights are designed to support our health and wellbeing as well as provide light for our activities.

Artemide lighting designs are also timeless. The Artemide Nessino and the Artemide Dalù were designed in the 1960s and look just as chic sat on stylish desks and tables today.

The Artemide Tolomeo was designed by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina in 1986 and is also one of the world’s most famous desk lamps. The Artemide Tolomeo collection is undoubtedly one of the most well-known within the Artemide portfolio -  instantly recognisable from the smartest public spaces.

Other designers who have worked with Artemide include Sir Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid, Issey Miyake, Carlotta de Bevilacqua and Richard Sapper. Artemide continues to work with design schools to search for the best new young talent for the future.

Artemide lights are exhibited in many museums such as MoMA in New York and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

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