The Artemide Tolomeo Mini Table Lamp is an elegant and sophisticated lamp designed by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina for Artemide. The base and the structure of the movable arms are in polished aluminium, while the diffuser is made of anodized aluminium. The joints and supports are in polished aluminium and the lamp is equipped with a spring balancing system. It is available in two versions: Tolomeo Mini LED 2700K, which includes an IP 20 LED with 8W of power, or Tolomeo Mini LED 3000K, which includes an IP 20 LED with 10W of power. Both versions have a CRI of 90 and come with a table base, black clamp and fixed aluminium support. The lamp has a dimension of ø 20 h. 54 cm, diameter 20 cm, width 68 cm and height 54 cm. Compared to the other models of the Tolomeo line, this mini version is lighter, more compact and versatile, yet not less precious. The structure of the movable arms of the Tolomeo Mini Table Lamp is in polished and gilded aluminium, while the diffuser is in anodized matte aluminium. The base and the clamp are made of aluminium, as well as the supports and joints. It is equipped with a spring balancing system that allows to orient the light in any direction, to maximize the illumination of the room. Moreover, it is possible to adjust the height of the lamp to fit your own needs. The Tolomeo Mini Table Lamp is suitable to light up the bedroom, the living room, the study or the desk. It is a modern and elegant lamp that fits into any environment and can be used as a base or accent light. It is equipped with an E27 attachment and a power of 1x70w. The bulb is included in the package and no dimmer is needed. This model of Artemide Tolomeo lamp is an excellent choice for anyone who wants a professional and efficient lighting.
What is the price of Tolomeo Mini table lamp Artemide? The price of Tolomeo Mini table lamp Artemide starts from £176.66. 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.