Wall mounted luminaire for indirect and direct lighting.
- Body in die-cast aluminum
- Length: 21 cm / 8 1/4 Inch
- Depth: 10 cm / 4 Inch
- 50W Halogen R7s
- Bulb not included
- Dimmable 2-Wire
- U.L. listed
Upholding Italy's reputation for excellence and innovation in design, Artemide is a world leader in contemporary lighting. Offering both residential and commercial lighting solutions, Artemide has made forward thinking a company policy. Instantly recognizable designs originating from the 1960's, when Artemide was founded by Ernesto Gismondi, are still in production today along side contemporary lighting creations by current acclaimed designers. Artemide's expansive catologue ranges from the organic and elegant Logico collection to the clean and simple spheres of the Castore family. Many of the most iconic products of history can be found at GR Shop.
The Artemide Group is much more than lighting. A core element of the manufacturer is their commitment to ethical conduct and social responsibility. A progressive environmental policy is also a major element in both production methods and technology research. What Artemide is most widely known for however, is a coined design philosophy that defines the company's approach: the Human Light Philosophy. Thoughtfully considering the user's lifestyle, daily activities and investment in home, Human Light sets out to provide an illuminated companion, rather than just simply illumination. Lights that are adaptable, flexible and allow for optimum visual precision while conserving environmental resources are Human Lights. A light that accompanies us during our daily activities and has a tangible effect on our well being, emotional health and ultimately our quality of life is Artemide. www.artemide.net
Artemide Talo Mini HAL Wall Lamp (q) Designed by:
- Neil Poulton , 2002
Neil Poulton is a Scottish product designer, based in Paris, France. He specializes in the design of “deceptively simple-looking mass-produced objects” and has won numerous international design awards.
Poulton is best known for his designs in the fields of technology and lighting design and is often associated with manufacturers LaCie and Artemide, with whom he enjoys ongoing long-term relationships dating from the early 1990s.
In 2007 the Centre Georges Pompidou Museum in Paris acquired six Poulton-designed objects for its Permanent Contemporary Collection. In 2008, Time Magazine included Poulton in “The Design 100,” a list of the people and ideas behind today's most influential design. Neil Poulton has lived and worked in Paris since 1991.