Artemide, one of the global leaders of the residential illumination sector, is always synonym with design, innovation and made in Italy.
Known for its "The Human Light" philosophy, Artemide boasts high skills in light design and innovation, with products originating from research and high-quality manufacturing. The company filed lots of patents on inventions in time for the development of innovative technological, mechanical, and opto-electrical solutions (10 patents filed in 2016 alone).
The Artemide Lamps are considered on an international level as Design Icons of contemporary design; they are exhibited in most museums of modern art and design collections. (MoMA - New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York, Victoria and Albert Museum - Londra, Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnica - Milano, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna - Roma, Parigi, Centre Georges Pompidou ecc.).
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46-48 Rathdowne St Carlton, VIC 3053
Phone: 03 93493310
504-508 Cleaveland St Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Phone: 02 96998472
28 Fullarton Rd, Adelaide, SA 5067
Phone: 08 83623029
Founded in 1960s, Artemide is one of the most known illumination brands in the world. Known for its “The Human Light” philosophy, Artemide boasts high skills in light design and innovation, with products originating from research and high-quality manufacturing.
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