Meteorite 15 table, Artemide
“Meteorite originates from the pursuit of a new sensibility, a new expressive language for lighting blown-glass. The starting point was our fancy for Venetian “beaten” glass, for the grinding effect, and for the strong charm of the “unfinished” feel that such kind of process brings to glass.
We designed a special glass-blowing and grinding process, which allows to obtain impressive lighting depth in the illuminated object, and to make this beauty accessible or – we might say – democratic.” Pio e Tito Toso. A family of lamps comprised of four different types, with a double-layer artistic glass diffuser obtained by means of the craft still glass blow moulding technique followed by frosting.
Meteorite 15 table by Artemide official dealer, 2 years warranty.
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Artemide, one of the global leaders of the residential illumination sector, is always synonym with design, innovation and made in Italy.
Founded in 1960 by Ernesto Gismondi, Artemide is based in Pregnana Milanese, Italy, and operates through 24 subsidiaries. Its distribution network includes 55 branded showrooms in the main cities around the world. Artemide products are distributed in 98 countries. With five manufacturing units in Italy, France, Hungary, and Canada, two glass-works, and one Research & Development centre supported by prototyping labs and groundbreaking tests, the Artemide Group currently has more than 750 employees, including 60 engaged in R&D, thus confirming the key role of innovation in the Group's success. At Artemide, technological research, partnerships with outstanding architects, as well as sociocultural investigation have been from the outset at the origin of innovative projects capable to illuminate the future with unabated power.
Today the Artemide collections convey a unique mix of values: the approach to human and responsible light goes hand in hand with design and material savoir faire, combining next-generation technology with ancient wisdoms, a perfect expression of sustainable design.
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