• Nessino table lamp, 1968, Giancarlo mattioli, Artemide
  • Nessino table lamp, 1968, Giancarlo mattioli, Artemide

Nessino table lamp, 1968

Nessino table lamp by Giancarlo Mattioli for Artemide.

The Nessino table lamp expresses the classic 60s enthusiasm for space-age forms and materials and is one of the most notable lighting designs of the period.

Nessino is the smaller version of the Nesso light, designed by Giancarlo Mattioli. Mattioli's experiments with newly available thermoplastic resins resulted in an elegant table light with a distinctly 60s sensibility and a timeless appeal.

Nesso, Nessino's larger version is also available; see in 'Product range' below.

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Nessino table lamp by Giancarlo Mattioli for Artemide.

The Nessino table lamp expresses the classic 60s enthusiasm for space-age forms and materials and is one of the most notable lighting designs of the period.

Nessino is the smaller version of the Nesso light, designed by Giancarlo Mattioli. Mattioli's experiments with newly available thermoplastic resins resulted in an elegant table light with a distinctly 60s sensibility and a timeless appeal.

Nesso, Nessino's larger version is also available; see in 'Product range' below.

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32dia x 22.3cmh
Base: 12.5cm dia

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Shade and base made of polished, polycarbonate. Available in its original colourways of white or orange.

Bulb (not included):
4x E14 20W halogen or 2W LED

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Founded in the 1960s, Artemide is one of the most known illumination brands in the world.

Founded in the 1960s, Artemide is one of the most known illumination brands in the world.

Known for its 'The Human Light' philosophy, promoted by Carlotta de Bevilacqua, Artemide has changed the way to conceive and develop its products. The guiding idea was to start from people’s needs in terms of light, and understanding first and foremost how to respond to individual needs in the different spaces and stages of life.

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