The table lamp NESSO is a typical example of the 1960s’ design. This is the new edition of the famous lamp that won the Studio Artemide/Domus competition in 1965.
Designed by Giancarlo Mattioli and the urban architects group “Città Nuova”, Nesso is today part of the N.Y. MoMA permanent collection. It features the typical 1960s’ design, involving the use of plastic and bright colours.
Base and lampshade in injection-moulded ABS resin and die-cast in chrome-plated moulds.
The lampshade recalls the shape of a mushroom; the ABS resin composition helps to shield the light and directs it downwards.
Thanks to its eye-catching shape, NESSO is a furnishing accessory that can be placed anywhere. Thanks to its measurements, it is suitable for any room. Its eye-catching shape and familiar look, along with its timeless design, enhance any home decor.
The table lamp NESSO by Artemide is also suitable for trendy shops and venues where it manages to highlight any space with a timeless elegance.
Original packaging - Light bulbs included (4)
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- Ontwerper / Kunstenaar
- Giancarlo Mattioli
- Fabrikant / Merk
- Model / Naam
- Geschatte periode
- Land van herkomst
- Als nieuw - ongebruikt
- 34×54×21 cm