The Artemide Tolomeo Wall Spot is a lamp with a simple and elegant design, with timeless beauty, perfect for any modern or contemporary home. Made from aluminum with a polished aluminum finish, this lamp is available in two sizes and has an adjustable diffuser that allows you to direct the light where you want. With an extension of 25 cm and a height of 20 cm, the Tolomeo spot is the ideal companion to light up any room. Without a switch, this lamp is perfect for accent lighting in any room. It includes an E27 socket, a power of 1x70w, and a dimmer not included. The light bulb is not included. The Tolomeo Wall Spot is a wall lamp, with a polished aluminum wall attachment, orientable diffuser in all directions, anodized aluminum matt. This article with a simple and elegant design is able to furnish any environment, such as bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, living room, study. The Artemide Tolomeo lamp ensures a warm and soft light, able to illuminate and create interesting light games with a directional lighting, ideal to create a comfortable atmosphere in any room. It is a quality and durable product over time, able to offer a great aesthetic impact lighting, ideal to enhance any environment. The Artemide Tolomeo Wall Spot is ideal for those looking for a quality product, with a modern and timeless design, able to light up any environment with style and elegance.
What is the price of Tolomeo Faretto wall lamp Artemide? The price of Tolomeo Faretto wall lamp Artemide starts from £92.28. On LampCommerce, you can take advantage of discounts and free shipping.
Michele De Lucchi
Michele de Lucchi is one of the most important Italian architects of our time. Born in Ferrara in 1951, he chose to study architecture at Florence University, selecting one of the most prestigious seats of learning in the country, where he stood out for his determination and his skill for seeing beyond commonplaces. A visionary in the field of architecture capable of thinking bold thoughts and thinking them on his feet, he won the trust of some of the most important lecturers in the Faculty of Architecture in Florence, and became their assistant immediately after graduating.