The Artemide Tolomeo Lampione Outdoor Suspension is a beautiful and functional series of lamps designed by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina. The Tolomeo Lampione Outdoor Suspension lamp is a great option for outdoor use, with a diffusing dome set inside an IP65 transparent plastic element. This lamp is perfect for terraces or more domestic outdoor spaces. The diffuser is covered in Thuia fabric by Paola Lenti, a plastic material resembling natural jute, which is resistant and washable. The Tolomeo Lampione Outdoor Suspension pendant lamp offers diffuse light and comes with a die-cast aluminum structure and a transparent polycarbonate dome. The lamp is available in a variety of sizes and finishes. Thanks to its strong and durable construction, the Tolomeo Lampione Outdoor Suspension fits perfectly into any outdoor environment. The lamp body is made of die-cast aluminum, with an anodized aluminum or chrome-plated aluminum finish. The large diffusing dome, made of transparent polycarbonate, is perfect for lighting outdoor spaces such as terraces, gardens, or parks. The lamp is equipped with an LED light source, with a power of 1x20w and a color temperature of 3000K. The lamp is dimmable, but the dimmer is not included in the package. The Artemide Tolomeo Lampione Outdoor Suspension is a great option for any modern or contemporary space. It fits any outdoor décor, providing a warm and diffuse light. Thanks to its robustness and resistance to atmospheric agents, it is an excellent choice for any outdoor environment. The lamp is easy to install, requiring only a few steps. The lamp can be installed both on the wall and on the ceiling, providing a versatile lighting solution. The Artemide Tolomeo Lampione Outdoor Suspension is a great choice to light outdoor spaces with style and functionality.
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.