The Nesso table lamp by Artemide , designed by Giancarlo Mattioli and the Gruppo Architetti Urbanisti Città Nuova in the 1960s, is the international design icon of those years.
The 1960s design sees the front and center in plastic, the base in ABS resin, with chrome injection and die-cast molds just like the lampshade. Four bulbs placed in the upper part allow to obtain a direct and diffused light .
Its captivating shape, homely feel and timeless design will enhance any decor.
Ideal for contemporary living rooms, it adapts perfectly to any environment, leaving a nostalgic flavour.
Furthermore, it is perfect as a desk, bedroom or office lamp.
The light it produces, homogeneous and directed downwards, does not tire the eyes in any way.
Today Nesso is part of the permanent collection of the MoMA in New York.
- Height: 34cm
- Diameter: 54cm
- Base diameter: 21cm
Light source excluded (E14).