Meteorite’s stunning aesthetic is handcrafted of Venetian glass. The handblown double layer artistic glass pattern is inspired by nature’s organic textures, and is obtained by a succession of glass molding, frosting, sandblasting, and acid etching techniques. A double-layered, blown-glass diffuser, Meteorite’s “crater” effect is created through glass molding and hand finishing atop a techno polymer body.
- Diffuser in double layer artistic hand blown glass
- Stem in chromed metal finish
- Layered finish glass
- Meteorite 15 with Stem
- Height: 32 cm / 12 5/8 inch
- Diameter: 15 cm / 5 15/16 inch
- Meteorite 35 with Stem
- Height: 64.6 cm / 25 7/16 inch
- Diameter: 35 cm / 13 3/4 inch
- Meteorite with Stem 15: LED-T (Non Integrated) ONLY max 4W LED E12/G16.5, on/off on cord
- Meteorite with Stem 35: LED-T max 150W E26/A19, dimmer on cord
- Bulb not included
- Acid etched
- cULus listed
Artemide Meteorite with Stem Table Lamp Designed by:
- Pio & Tito Toso
Pio & Tito Toso
Pio Toso - Italy, 1973 / Tito Toso - Italy, 1971
Brothers, born in Venice, Pio in 1973 and Tito in 1971. They graduated in architecture in Venice in 1998. They began working together in the architecture field in 1996, developing numerous projects in both Italy and overseas, and entering various competitions. They have also worked in the field of furniture and design, collaborating with some of the most high-profile companies in these sectors (Artemide, Foscarini, Leucos, Vistosi, and Studio Italia Design, for lighting, and Alessi, Rossi di Albizzate, Colombo design, Frighetto, Cattelan Italia, Fly Line, and Doimo in terms of furniture).
They have worked on the design of stands, exhibitions, shops, offices and warehouses for several companies, taking care of both image and graphics. "We love to work with light. Light can have endless variations, paints the world with its nuances. Our research leads us to blend a strong poetic flair with the best possible light comfort. A work suspended between rational human thinking and the true, spontaneous, beautiful poetics of nature!"