Range of fittings with a technical structure and two arms in extruded aluminum. Diffuser in white, transparent metacrylate. Aluminum parts can be painted in silver grey or, on demand, matt white. All versions (with the exception of the floor version) with uplight and downlight output, for an extremely functioning, widespread and adjustable lighting output.
- Metal parts in silver gray, white metacrylate
- Extruded or die-cast aluminum, extruded metacrylate
- Height: 10 cm / 3.9 inch
- Length: 189, 249, 309 cm / 74.4, 90, 121.6 inch
- Fluorescent: 2 x 24W/39W/54W G5 T16 (FH-HO) (Bulb not included)
- Linear LED: 2 x 30W, Dimmable
Nemo Italianaluce’s table lamps, floor lamps and wall sconces are designed and produced near Milan, Italy. A division of the world-renown Cassina group, Nemo produces lighting designed to illuminate all types of spaces and maximize the unique architectural features of any room. Nemo’s product portfolio, with designs that ranges from the contemporary to traditional, capture the essence and sophistication of contemporary Italian lighting.
Nemo Italianaluce Regulus Ceiling Lamp Designed by:
- Carlo Forcolini
- Giancarlo Fassina
Born in Como in 1947, Carlo Forcolini graduated with a diploma in Fine Art at the Brera Accademy in Milan. Since 1969 he has worked as a designer and entrepreneur, taking part in the foundation of Alias, Nemo, Oylight where he has also been Managing Director and Art Director. From 1978 to 1984, Forcolini lived in London, where he set up Alias U.K. and became Director of Artemide GB. Since 1983, he has taken part in numerous international exhibitions and events.
He has designed about 100 objects including lamps, furniture, watches, etc. His work has many references to art, literature and cinema. His inspiration has strongly characterized the language of form, but has never prevailed on the attention of construction, structural and functional objects designed by him.
Giancarlo Fassina was born in Milan, Italy. He obtained a degree in architecture at the Politecnico University in Milan. He has worked on several projects involving industrial design and has created lighting for Artemide and other companies.
His early industrial design experience began with a company manufacturing calculating machines and a household appliance manufacturer. In 1970 Fassina joined the Italian lighting company Artemide, helping with both the restructuring of the technical design sector and organizing the internal department of product models and development. Throughout the 1980s, he designed large-scale lighting systems for exhibits and buildings across Italy.