A journey through the history of contemporary design with contributions to Artemide's collections including [...]
Tuesday 25 October | 5 – 9pm
Artemide Showroom, Building 6, Office 307A
Dubai Design District (d3)
Artemide is not only displaying its unique human-centric design approach to manufacturing indoor and outdoor light fittings but also offering a sensual evocation of the magic of light. The use of hand-blown Murano glass, brushed aluminium and other textures in conjunction with the latest LED technology create a perfectly balanced atmosphere of tradition & innovation.
A visit to the showroom is also a journey through the history of contemporary design with contributions to Artemide's collections by some of the most important designers of our time such as Michele de Lucchi, Karim Rashid, Norman Foster, Naoto Fukasawa, Neil Poulton, Jean Nouvel and many more.
Founded in 1960, with its headquarters in Pregnana near Milan Artemide is one of the world's most well-known light design companies. With its philosophy "The Human and Responsible Light", the premium brand is a synonym for design, innovation and "Made in Italy". Artemide’s collections are internationally celebrated as icons of contemporary design. Numerous lamps have won various prizes around the world and are on view in most museums of modern art and design, such as at the MoMa, the V&A, the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte and the Centre Georges Pompidou.
For further information please contact Artemide, +971 4 425 0213
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