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INSPIRED BY ARTEMIDA

Inspired by Artemida

Design, innovation and Made in Italy. Artemida's identity is based on these principles. Artemida has revolutionized the way light is designed. Its lamps are designed to meet the needs of individual people, help them in their daily activities and improve their quality of life. "The Human Light" is the philosophy that has established Artemida among the world leaders in lighting design, both in the residential and professional sectors. Light in the service of man and his needs is the concept on which the Metamorphosis project patented in the 90s is based, i.e. a system that combines lights and colors that change during the day and in accordance with the human mood. In addition to this purely functional aspect, there is a beautiful, sophisticated and timeless design and remarkable technical parameters. With its collections of indoor lighting - but without forgetting the world of outdoor lighting - Artemida has written and continues to create the history of international design.

Artemida and design icons

Artemida was born in 1960 with Ernesto Gismondi, an aviation engineer passionate about design and architect Sergio Mazza, who signed his first Alfa lamp for the company. Some of the early world icons of quality and excellence saw the light in the first decade of its operations. Eclisse, drowned in 1967 by Vico Magistretti and honored with the Compasso d'Oro award, is a symbol of the company's international success. In the 1980s, Artemida landed in the USA, initiating cooperation with Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina. They launched the famous and innovative Tolomeo, which won the Compasso d'Oro award in 1989, one of the company's bestsellers, which today adorns many homes and offices around the world. Artemida's climbing didn't stop, but it did progress over the years. The brand was honored with the exclusive Compasso d'Oro award for its career in 1955 and the European Design Award in 1997; in 2002, the Herzog & De Meuron's Pipe lamp won the Compasso d'Oro award; on their part, Pirce lamps are just two of many others that have received the Red Dot Design Award in the coming years.

Lighting, technology and sustainability

There are four pillars to Artemida's success; the use of innovative light sources; the use of environmentally friendly materials; quality control; striving for human welfare. This is the reason why the Gismondi Innovation Center with its four areas (optics, materials, light sources and electronic designs) follows and develops its products at every stage, from initial design to implementation, in full compliance with international standards. This goes hand in hand with intensive and continuous research work aimed at keeping up with the latest technological innovations. Not only LED technology, perfectly mastered by Artemida today, both in terms of interior and exterior design. In addition, all Artemida products are designed to minimize energy consumption and produce waste. In fact, the company has adopted an ecological waste disposal policy that includes recycling of certain components and securing non-renewable energy resources by optimizing the production process.

Artemida lamps around the world

The Artemida Group, headquartered in Pregnana Milanese, also has a global presence through 24 subsidiaries and distributes its products in 83 countries. It can also boast a network of 60 showrooms of one brand in the most outstanding cities of the world and 5 production plants in Italy, France, Hungary and the USA, as well as 2 glass producers and 2 research and development centers in Italy and France. All this for a total of almost 700 employees. Artemida lamps are exhibited in the most important museums and the most famous design collections in the world; MoMA in New York; Victoria and Albert Museum in London; National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan; National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome; Georges Pompidou Center in Paris and many more. Artemida made communication one of his strengths. In promoting her image, she collaborated with prominent communication agencies such as Aldo Ballo, Elliot Erwitt, Oliviero Toscani and many others. The 1999 advertising campaign was awarded the Bronze Lion at the Cannes International Advertising Festival.

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