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The influential modern lighting brand Artemide—designers of the classic Tolomeo desk lamp—are now sold through 2Modern and until the end of the year are 23 – 34% off retail price. Plus free shipping! There’s hardly a more recognizable light fixture than the sleek, functioning Tolomeo floor lamp or Tolomeo desk lamp. — Continue reading …
The influential modern lighting brand Artemide—designers of the classic Tolomeo desk lamp—are now sold through 2Modern and until the end of the year are 23 – 34% off retail price. Plus free shipping!
There’s hardly a more recognizable light fixture than the sleek, functioning Tolomeo floor lamp or Tolomeo desk lamp. The shiny, aluminum and stainless steel finish. The all-function joint design. That simple conical lamp shade. The sheer modernity of it all. Designed by Michele De Lucchi, it was Artemide lighting that brought the Tolomeo to the design world and it was Artemide that made it a design must-have. And that’s only one light out of their amazing, breath-taking catalog of fixtures.
Whether it’s their boldly colored Dalu Table Lamp, mushroom-shaped Nessino Table Lamp, spherical Castore and Dioscuri Table Lamps or any number of their other recognizable designs, Artemide lamps and lighting have also set the standard for experimentation, quality and the ability to be a long-lasting and iconic brand. Artemide’s lights are perfect for mood lighting, task lighting, overall lighting and anything else you might need.
And now that 2Modern sells Artemide, you can enjoy this great brand alongside 2Moderns stellar customer service, frequent sales, awesome shipping deals and excellent reputation as modern design experts. And remember, until December 31st enjoy 23% – 34% off Artemide products on 2Modern as well as free shipping.
Founded by Ernesto Gismondi and Sergio Mazza in 1958, Artemide is s a design-oriented modern Italian lighting company committed to In their over 40 years of business, they’ve collaborated with a number of smart and influential designers such as Mario Botta, Sir Norman Foster, Michele De Lucchi, Richard Sapper, Ettore Sottsass, Enzo Mari, Neil Poulton, Karim Rashid, Luigi Serafini and more. They don’t just see lights as objects; they see them as companions to people and the human activities that take place within the home or business.