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Artemide is a prestige lighting brand that was one the presences at Euroluce 2019 in Milan. If you’ve missed a couple of products that they’ve introduced during Milan Design Week then join us in this article where we’ll tell you about a couple of their top products and how they look in more than one division. What will follow are a couple of examples of some of their best and most artistic lighting products.
Irupè is a suspension and a floor lamp that interacts with the surrounding environment. The delicate texture that incorporates the ribbing of the Victoria Amazonica leaf becomes the element that extracts the light, generating a diffused emission. It also comes with a light control that combined with the previous topic makes it a magical and surprising effect, perfect for both indoor and outdoor uses.
Huara is the aymarà word for “star” and it consists of a product that is heavily inspired by the light of the stars that illuminated the nights before lamps were even created. Its spheric shape and warm light are celestial on its own, illuminating any room in the style of the stars.
Interweave is a unique concept visually and soundly due to the line of light passing around the cylinders and also due to the fact that you can control this product through the Alexa voice control. The multiplicity of cuts in the cylinders leaves allows for free different positions to shape the diffusing light element.
The Gople lamp looks and feels like a lamp meant to reconcile human spaces and nature through light. It consists of a lamp covered by a mouth-blown glass produced through an ancient Venetian technique. Not only does it look wonderful in a garden or a space with plants, but it should also be placed beside those living beings, seen as the RWB light technology helps them grow.
Lastly, we have Vitruvio which consists of three metal rods which were introduced into the sphere by means of an ingenious mechanism that was heavily inspired by the clockmaking art. With this, a frame was created that supports the glass globe. Vitruvio combines tradition and innovation, the old savoir-faire of the glass-blowing art approached with a future-oriented technological outlook.