As an icon of Italian design, Tizio graces the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. It stands proud amongst the most celebrated icons of modern lighting, effortlessly blending function with style.
Adjustable counterbalanced arms and head in painted aluminum. The innovation of Tizio is its construction: a transformer in the lamp base powers a lamp through rods and buttons. Besides having a structural function, the rods carry electrical current without electric cables.
Same size as the classic version, utilizing energy saving LED lighting with dimmer.
- Fully adjustable balanced electrical conductor arms in anti-corrosion treated aluminum
- Arm spacer bars in chromed steel with red molded thermoplastic insulators
- Counter weights in die-cast zinc alloy (with translucent polycarbonate shield for Tizio classic LED only)
- Adjustable head in die-cast aluminum with inner high efficiency reflector in anodized aluminum, with U.V. bulb protective glass lens
- Height: 66 cm / 26 inch
- Length: 78 cm / 30 3/4 inch
- 9W LED-I 3000K >80CRI
- Control Type Dimmable (On Base)
- Fully adjustable, balanced electrical conductor arms
- 360 degree rotatable base
Artemide Tizio Classic LED Table Lamp Designed by:
- Richard Sapper , 2008
Born in Germany but based in Milan, Richard Sapper creates innovative products by mining the knowledge of far-flung disciplines. One of the few industrial designers never to have attended a school of design or architecture, Sapper studied philosophy, anatomy, engineering and economics. Sapper began his design career working in the styling department of Mercedes-Benz. In 1958 he went to Italy, where he worked with such luminaries as Gio Ponte, Marco Zanuso, and Gae Aulenti. In 1981, Sapper became a corporate design consultant for IBM, for whom he produced a multitude of instantly recognizable designs such as the ThinkPad notebook computer.
A ten-time winner of the Compasso d’Oro, he created the iconic Sapper Kettle for Alessi and the incredibly successful Tizio table lamp for Artemide in 1972. Called a ‘designer's dream,’ this revolutionary table lamp has a sleek, narrow body, adjustable counterbalanced arms and head and swivels smoothly in four directions. In 1972, the use of the lamp’s arms to conduct electricity was a never-before-seen feature, a true innovation representative of Sapper’s work. In over 50 years he has designed more than 200 products and is an impressively versatile designer who can create compelling visual images for sophisticated electronic technology.