noto suspension lamp

noto suspension lamp

noto suspension lamp

Design Michele De Lucchi, 2009
Steel, opal blown glass
Made in Italy by Artemide

The dragon, a symbol of eternity and power in the Chinese tradition, is transformed from paper into glass and light, six movable cylinders form a luminaire with great impact and a strong personality. A suspension mounted lamp, Noto's long and serpentine shape offers a pleasant diffused fluorescent light. Noto features a steel structure with white opal handblown glass diffusers. The lamp mounts to standard electrical junction boxes with additional support cable mounting to rigid ceiling surfaces and is supplied with an optional red external filter. Optional dimming version also available.

Michele De Lucchi was born in 1951 in Ferrara and graduated in architecture in Florence. During the period of radical and experimental architecture he was a prominent figure in movements like Cavart, Alchymia and Memphis. De Lucchi has designed lamps and furniture for well known Italian and European companies. The firm's philosophy is rooted in the search for deep interaction between architectural thinking, industrial design and global communication.

68.1" L | 15.2" w | 33.9" h
requires 2x80W or 2x35W G5/T5 HO or HE bulbs | UL listed

$3,120.00 + free shipping in the continental U.S.
(usually ships in 3-8 weeks)
The Artemide light has never been solely a function of seeing, or an opportunity for formal experimentation with lamps as objects. For more than forty years, Artemide has aimed to propose light as a companion to people, as a source of physical pleasure and mental comfort. Artemide has done so, with different work groups, searching through the whole design process, starting with a declaration of values - The human light. Beyond the definition, the human light is intelligent light. A light that knows it has to relate to people, accompanying them in their daily activities.
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