With no lampshade: Teti wall and ceiling light by Artemide
The Teti by the designer Vico Magistretti is a design that originally dates back to 1970. Reduction to the bare essentials is still a style expression that garners many followers both then and now. Basically, the Teti wall light consists only of a fixture with a circular cover made of white glossy polycarbonate and a suitable light bulb. Of course, in a light without a lampshade, it is important to use a decorative light source to maintain the aesthetics of the overall design.
Teti can be used as a wall or ceiling light.
The design of the Teti lamp comes from designer and architect Vico Magistretti, who, in addition to his work as a designer, also worked as a city planner. Vico Magistretti has worked for Artemide, amongst others. This is where the Teti wall and ceiling light was created. Artemide is one of the world's most famous designer lighting manufacturers. Our own production facilities, glass factories and our own innovation and research centre form the basis for the success of Artemide along with our well-known designers.