Artemide lighting, design led suspension with aluminum body and methacrylate diffuser.
Width 60x60 cm; Height 200 cm; Thickness 8 cm.
LED 80W; 3000K; 3140 Lumen.
Width 100x100 cm; Height 200 cm; Thickness 10 cm.
138W LED; 3000K; 4772 Lumen.
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Altrove Led suspension, is the work of the designer Carlotta de Bevilacqua. A square meter of surface where light flows fluidly on transparent threads which, through a mirror reflector, materialize a volumetric and controlled lighting effect. It is a cubic meter of light in which we are endlessly reflected, freely modulating more than a million chromatic effects. Altrove Led suspension has a perimeter structure in mirror stainless steel, side diffusers in satin Prismoptic, front diffuser in engraved transparent methacrylate and an upper diffuser in transparent PETG. Altrove Led suspension provides direct and indirect light. Elsewhere is equipped with integrated 90w + 80W RGB LED. Altrove Led suspension is equipped with ARTEMIDE APP, which allows performance management.
Europe: 23€ merchandise insurance included
Europe(non-EU): 50€ merchandise insurance included
Austria: 25€ merchandise insurance included
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Artemide is the most known lighting brand in the world. Founded in 1960, Artemide represents the design and innovation of Made in Italy, with their motto "The Human Light".
Artemide lamps, chandeliers and wall lamps are icons of contemporary international design, in fact Artemide chandeliers and lamps are exposed in the finest modern art museums and world design collections such as: MOMA, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; Victoria and Albert Museum in London; National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan; National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome; Center Georges Pompidou of Paris.
Artemide's must is the production of suspension lamps, floor lamps, table lamps and chandeliers in the famous models: Tolomeo, Pirce, Mercury and Copernico.