The true essence of good designs for interior lighting permeate Artemide’s portfolio of great designs that serve a purpose.
Tizio, Tolomeo, Aggregato, and Callimaco are some of the many lamps that have revolutionised lighting and combined balance with functionality and innovation.
Artemide provides lighting fixtures for private homes, but the company is also happy to provide for large public spaces and businesses that want to improve their lighting situations.
Through thorough focus on new technology and development of materials used—as well as streamlining production processes—Artemide continues to improve their position relative to their competitors.
Numerous Artemide design icons have been placed in museums of modern art and design collections around the world.
The Artemide group continues to expand and carry out acquisitions in order to consolidate and maintain their position at the forefront of the market.
Italian design at its best—Artemide.
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Walkman from Sony, computers from Apple, Pod Lens pendant, Goggle wall lamp and Cosmic Leaf floor lampTraining:
Ross Lovegrove was born in Cardiff, Wales and graduated from Manchester University with a BA in industrial design in 1980 and took a Masters in design at Royal College of Art in London in 1983.
In the early 80’s Ross Lovegrove worked for Frog Design in West Germany, where he designed Walkmen for Sony and computers for Apple.
Later he moved to Paris where he worked as a consultant for Knoll. In 1986 he returned to London where he worked on projects for Airbus, Kartell, Ceccotti, Cappellini, Idee, Moroso, Luceplan, Driade, Peugeot, Apple, Issey Miyake, Vitra, Olympus, Yamagiwa, Tag Heuer, Hackman, alias, Herman Miller, Japan Airlines and Toyo Ito architects.
Ross Lovegrove has received many awards and many of his designs are on display at the biggest museums in the world.
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