• Unterlinden pendant light, 2014, Herzog and de meuron, Artemide
  • Unterlinden pendant light, 2014, Herzog and de meuron, Artemide
  • Unterlinden pendant light, 2014, Herzog and de meuron, Artemide

Unterlinden pendant light, 2014

Unterlinden pendant light by Herzog + de Meuron for Artemide.

Originally designed specifically for use in a museum context, the Unterlinden light was designed to offer a continuous and concentrated source of light via a COB LED.

Unterlinden blends a crafted appearance with the highest technical specification. The light has a die-cast aluminium or brass body with a textural appearance reminiscent of wood grain. The interior of the shade is mirror-polished. A highly efficient optic polymeric lens within the shade works to focus the light generated.

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Unterlinden pendant light by Herzog + de Meuron for Artemide.

Originally designed specifically for use in a museum context, the Unterlinden light was designed to offer a continuous and concentrated source of light via a COB LED.

Unterlinden blends a crafted appearance with the highest technical specification. The light has a die-cast aluminium or brass body with a textural appearance reminiscent of wood grain. The interior of the shade is mirror-polished. A highly efficient optic polymeric lens within the shade works to focus the light generated.

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11.7dia x 9.6cmh

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Light body available in die-cast aluminium or brass. Ceiling rose in technopolymer with steel fixing plate.

Aluminium light supplied with black cable, brass light supplied with white cable. Max drop: 160cm

Bulb (included):
7,5W LED, 2700K/3000K, 359lm, CRI90

 

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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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