Artemide proposes new lighting projects by important names in international architecture, to narrate and interpret the spaces of human life, with solutions for all types of needs. These include the lamps Unterlinden, designed by Herzog & de Meuron; Vigo, designed by David Chipperfield; and Fiamma, designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte.
Underlinden by Herzog & de Meuron is a small suspension lamp that combines maximum optical efficiency with the expressive force of oxidized metal. The body of the lamp is made in die-cast aluminium or brass, whose controlled oxidation determines the irregular look of the surface. The LED light sources have flow controlled by a reflector combined with a micro-prismatic lens of high optical efficiency, developed to concentrate the light and cut down on glare.
Designed by David Chipperfield, Vigo is a lamp composed of two cones, one inside the other, in different materials: the inner cone is in black metal, the outer in transparent borosilicate glass. The two parts trigger an aesthetic contrast and act together to shape, direct and spread light. The Vigo family is composed of three types – floor, wall and suspension – for a complete interior lighting system.
Fiamma by Jean-Michel Wilmotte is a family of lamps conceived for the needs of the contract market, to adapt to the different spaces of everyday life. With two different lighting performance settings and a wide range of models, the Fiamma and Fiamma 15-30 system flexibly responds to lighting needs in any space, with a coordinated image. This lamp stands out for the particular workmanship of the cylindrical body: a three-dimensional geometric design available in a standard version, or based on a custom design.