Without being heartwrenchingly expensive this original designer lamp can add a touch of modernism and glamor to your living room. Simple and geometric it impresses through texture and light effect. The light source is enveloped by shades covered with actual 24 karat gold leaves.
If you would like a garden with Japanese festival atmosphere this is the way to go. The lamp designed by Emmanuel Gallina in 2009 is inspired by the Japanese cylindrical ruffled paper lanterns and was especially designed with celebrations in mind.
This is one of the most sci-fi and intricate lamps you can imagine but no less can be expected of sacred monster Artemide. There is a debate about how much usable light this lamp actually gives but it is a spectacle for the eyes and that is also the reason it is bought at its painfully high price.
The cute floating lamp designed by Hector Serrano has the shape of a classic bedroom shade lamp. But instead of standing virtuously on a little night stand in embarks on an inspired water adventure over the pool at night bringing along the fairy like atmosphere from Shakespeare’s Midsummer night’s dream.
It can easily be hung among the breeches of a tree and is waterproof due to the solid silicone casing that presents a diffuse light. The lamp is offered in green blue and orange hues. It can also be ordered in a special table lamp version.
One of the most popular Artemide products Aqua Cil was designed by Ross Lovegrove as a re-interpretation of the classic shade lamp. It has no diffuse component but it does give off direct and indirect (upward and downward) lighting. It distinguishes itself through the liquid metal shade that comes in orange chrome and blue stylish with a touch of industrial.