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Old design with a new lustre: Nessino designer table lamp from Artemide
This table lamp demonstrates how timeless design can be: the Nessino model is the little sister of the Nesso table lamp. Nesso was developed in the 1960s by the designer Giancarlo Mattioli and the Gruppo Architetti Urbanisti Città Nuova The mushroom-like shape and the plastic body are clear indications that the light was created in this decade. Nevertheless, Nessino, the new edition of Nesso, is still a modern and attractive interior design element today.
The base and the lampshade of Nessino are both made of injection-moulded polycarbonate. There are four light bulb sockets under the lampshade. The hemispherical lampshade ensures that the light is emitted into the surrounding area indirectly and without glare.
The Italian designer Giancarlo Mattioli (1933 - 2018) achieved great fame in the 1950s and 1960s with the table lamp Nesso, which is now exhibited in various large museums, e.g. the MoMA in New York.
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Artemide Nessino - designer table lamp
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Beautiful design lamp
The lamp was delivered in the estimated time. It arrived in a medium-s...
The lamp was delivered in the estimated time. It arrived in a medium-size parcel and it was very well packaged. The lamp creates a beautiful atmosphere.
- Yes, I recommend this product.
Expensive for what it is
It gives off a good light but the materials used are rather basic - it...
It gives off a good light but the materials used are rather basic - it could easily pass as a cheaper product