Posts tagged as 'Artemide'

Mon 1.7.

‘Demetra’ task lamp by Naoto Fukasawa for Artemide (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.07.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'Demetra' task lamp by Naoto Fukasawa for Artemide

‘Demetra’ task lamp by Naoto Fukasawa for Artemide

‘Demetra’ is a task lamp by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa for Italian lighting brand Artemide named for the Greek goddess of the harvest. Dimmable, and with an available motion sensor, a single powerful LED is mounted inside the round diffuser inside a round shade attached to adjustable arms with external tension cables.

 

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‘IN-EI’ Katatsumuri Lamp by Issey Miyake + Reality Lab for Artemide

‘IN-EI’ Katatsumuri Lamp by Issey Miyake + Reality Lab for Artemide

“IN-EI” is Japanese for shadow, shadiness, nuance. Derived from a process originally created by Issey Miyake’s R&D lab, the Reality Lab., to make clothing using 3D geometry, the IN-EI lighting series marries Artemide’s lighting expertise with Miyake’s innovative approach to material and design. The result then was clothing that could be folded flat and become 3D shapes, as can the lamps now, easily stored flat when not in use.

 

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'IN-EI' lighting collection by Issey Miyake for Artemide

The acclaimed Japanese fashion designer and recent Design Museum’s Design of the Year 2012 awards winner Issey Miyake has applied his trademark, ingenious 132 5 pleating technique to this new series of delicate textile lamps manufactured by the Italian brand Artemide. Called ‘IN-EI’ – Japanese for ‘shadow, shadiness, nuance’ – the collection comprises floor, table and pendant lamp designs, all of which were created using 2 or 3D mathematic principals (just like the 2010 132 5 clothing collection). Made of reclaimed PET bottle fibre, the lamps can be folded flat and become 3D shapes, starting from a single piece of cloth.

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Mon 19.4.

News by Artemide (IT)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 19.04.2010 - Tagged as: , ,




Artemide presented this variably adaptable LED lamp at this year’s light+building in Frankfurt. German director of Artemide Steffen Salinger gave us this informative introduction.


to the Artemide website

Led Net Circle by Michele De Lucchi and Alberto Nason for Artemide

This LED suspension light by Michele De Lucchi and Alberto Nason designed for Artemide is one of the novelties the Italian manufacturer presents at this year`s light+building in Frankfurt. It is composed of an aluminium plate onto which a printed circuit board for the LEDs is fitted. Each LED is fitted with a transparent methacrylate lens and a satin finish methacrylate lens-holder.

Led Net by Michele De Lucchi and Alberto Nason for Artemide

to the Artemide website


to the Michele De Lucchi interview @ Architonic

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