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Artemide is an Italian lighting design company renowned for its innovative and iconic designs that have significantly influenced the field of contemporary lighting. Founded in 1960 by Ernesto Gismondi and Sergio Mazza, Artemide has consistently pushed the boundaries of lighting design, combining cutting-edge technology with artistic vision and a focus on sustainability. The company has collaborated with numerous celebrated designers, including Michele De Lucchi, Naoto Fukasawa, Zaha Hadid, Ross Lovegrove, and Karim Rashid, to create a diverse range of lighting solutions for residential, commercial, and public spaces. Artemide's designs are characterized by their sleek, minimalist aesthetics, functional excellence, and ability to enhance the emotional and sensory experience of a space. The company's commitment to research and development has led to groundbreaking innovations, such as the use of LED technology and the creation of intelligent, adaptive lighting systems. Artemide's products have been recognized with numerous prestigious awards, including the Compasso d'Oro, and are featured in the collections of major museums worldwide, cementing the company's status as a leader in the field of lighting design.

Lighting design, Italian design, contemporary lighting, innovative technology, sustainable design

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CITATION : "Helen James. 'Artemide.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on July 16, 2024)"

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