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Callimaco Floor Lamp from Artemide. This 2010 reintroduction is a standing floor luminaire offering indirect halogen lighting. It features an aluminum body with painted polished yellow finish with diffuser in a painted polished red finish over steel and polished chrome handle. A dimmer switch is incorporated into the body. Recipient of the Twentieth Century Design Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York. Featured in The Israel Museum Jersusalem, (Israel).
Lesbo Table Lamp from Artemide. Lesbo’s handblown venetian glass form is a technical challenge for the glassblowers who create it. This 2010 reintroduction is a standing table luminaire offering diffused incandescent lighting. It features a body and diffuser in blown smoked Murano glass and base in polished metal. Dimmer switch on cord.
Atlas Ceiling Light from Tango Lighting. The designer Joan Gaspar has transformed a common bulb into a spotlight, after wrapping it following its outline. Taking its nudity as the starting point, he dresses it up with a transparent material that also gives the lamp the characteristic of lightness. This lamp was awarded with the 2001 Silver Delta ADI FAD. Atlas, a directional spotlight made of transparent polycarbonate and a polyamide base. Available in two sizes.
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Designguide.tv visits the Vienna Design Week 2010. In this first episode we take an overview tour of some of our favorite exhibits of the festival.