Tizio by Richard Sapper for Artemide



Designed by Richard Sapper. Tizio lamp for Artemide, designed in 1972, was one of the first desk lamps to use current-conducting arms that eliminate the need for wires.
With its essential and linear form and dynamic functionality the Tizio immediately became an icon, a true masterpiece of design.
It remains one of the best-selling lamps ever produced to this day and is included in the Permanent Design Collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The position of the light is fully adjustable by means of the counterbalanced arms and head. Base swivels 360 degrees. Two light levels can be set by switch.


Height Min 315mm - Max 1190mm
Width Min 780mm - Max 1080mm
Base diameter 110mm 

Aluminium, Technopolymer
Finished in Black

Light Source (not included)
GY6.35 fitting
LED 2,5W or Halogen 50W 

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