Nemo Regulus Floor Lamp

Nemo
Nemo Regulus Floor Lamp
Nemo
Floor lamp. Base painted in anthracite, polished structure, with diffuser in opal white and transparent metacrylate. Dimmer on cable and widespread,...more
€670.00
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Floor lamp. Base painted in anthracite, polished structure, with diffuser in opal white and transparent metacrylate. Dimmer on cable and widespread, adjustable light.

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Size Description

Fluo
Height 183 or 215cm
Led
183 or 213cm

Specifications

195/ 225 FLUO Lamping
Source G5 T16 (FH-HO)
Total power 54W or 80W
Emission direct/indirect
Switching dimmable
Tension 230V
Ip class 20
Material Metal

183 LED Lamping
Source LED line
Total power 40W
Emission direct/indirect
Switching dimmable, Dali on request
Tension 230V
Color temperature 3000°K
Luminous flux 5200lm
Typ cri 83
Energy class A+
Ip class 20
Materials metal

designer

Giancarlo Fassina

Giancarlo Fassina
Giancarlo Fassina was born in Milan, Italy. He obtained a degree in Architecture at the Politecnico University in Milan. He has worked on several projects involving Industrial Design and has created lighting for Artemide and other companies. He received a Compasso D'oro award for his Tolomeo Series of lamps which he designed together with Michelle de Lucchi.
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Carlo Forcolini

Carlo Forcolini
Born in Como in 1947, Carlo Forcolini took his diploma at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan in 1969. Since that year, he has worked as a designer and entrepreneur, taking part in the foundation of Alias and Nemo, in which he also held the offices of Managing Director and Art Director. From 1978 to 1984, Forcolini lived in London, where he set up Alias U.K. and became Director of Artemide GB. As of 1983, he has taken part in numerous international exhibitions and events in Madrid, Los Angeles, London, Hamburg, Cologne, Tokyo, Sidney, Santiago del Chile, Oslo etc.. His more important exhibitions include I modi del progetto (Design methods) at the Pignatelli Cortes Museum in Naples in 1987; Design Alias from Italy, in the Soviet Cultural Foundation in Moscow in 1989, and Creativitalia in Tokyo in 1990. He has had personals at the Permanente in Milan in 1991 (Imagining Things), in Innsbruck in 1996 and in Toronto and Brussels in 1997. Forcolini has conducted seminars in various schools and universities, including the prestigious Graham Foundation in Chicago. His designs number among the collections in the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York, the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris and the Historical Collection of Italian design at the Milan Triennale. He has designed furnishings, lamps and objects for Amar, Artemide, Alias, Cassina, De Padova, Gervasoni, Joint, Nemo and Pomellato. For Pomellato, he also designed shops in Barcelona, Madrid, Antwerp, Taipei, Lisbon, Montecarlo, Singapore, Marbella, Cannes and Moscow. Since 1999, he has been co-ordinating the Forcolini.Lab, a creative workshop operating in the various different fields of visual communications. His more recent labours include graphic and exhibition designs for the Triennale. In December 2001, Forcolini was elected President of ADI, the Italian Association for Industrial Design. He lives and works in Milan.
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