Designed in 1972 by German born industrial designer Richard Sapper. The award winning design features in numerous museum collections worldwide, including The Museum of Modern Art New York, Victoria & Albert Museum London, and Musee des Arts Decoratifs Montreal. The iconic Tizio lamp for Artemide was one of the first desk lamps using halogen bulbs with low-voltage current.
The innovation of Tizio is its construction: a transformer in the lamp base electrically powers a halogen lamp in the head of the light via the structural arms, carrying the electrical current without electric cables. The position of the light is fully adjustable by means of the counterbalanced arms and head. Base swivels 360 degrees. Two light levels set by switch.
Materials / Light sourcePainted polycarbonate. 12v 50watt halogen.
Lamp (bulb) included.
Height 119cm / 66cm
Base diameter 11cm
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