The Artemide Group, headquartered at Pregnana Milanese, has been among the leaders in the sector of residential illumination and high-end professionals around the globe. The brand meets the standards set in various globally acclaimed certifications including ISO 9001 and ISO 17025, and has been able to maintain its place as one of the most renowned illumination brands ever since in founding in the 1960s.
Artemide has always followed its philosophy of The Human Light and has managed to make its name synonymous with excellence in innovation and design in its field, as well as, its place of origin Italy. Single brand showrooms, as well as, ‘shop-in-shops in prestigious furniture and illumination shops in almost every important city around the globe has helped in bolstering the image even further. This has been possible because of a sound international distribution system.
Artemide has been the receiver of a number of prestigious awards in recognition of its continued efforts to revolutionize the design and concept in this field, with awards such as the Compaso D’oro career award in 1994 and European Design Prize in 1997 to mention a few.
Artemide has been one of the most important names in the history of international design continues to be so which is evident from the presence of its products in renowned museums catering to modern art and design such as MoMA and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and many more.
Innovation & Environmental Statement
Apart from featuring in most prestigious museums,
Artemide has always collaborated with and promoted workshops at distinguished
places like the Royal College of Art, London for inspiring young talents.
Artemide has always excelled at innovating latest
design and technological breakthroughs, and continues to remain committed
towards bringing the most eco-friendly and sustainable products to its
customers by cutting down on energy consumption and operation costs while
enhancing light fixture efficiency.
Artemide makes its commitment towards environment
amply clear through its Environmental statement which lists clearly its
priorities. These include an ensuing commitment towards producing fixtures that
would consume least energy while in use, as well as striving for the use of
innovative materials and new technologies to reduce power wastage.
Furthermore, Artemide will ensure the use of best
practices while production for making the most efficient use of its resources,
as well as, following an environmentally sustainable waste disposal policy.
Project by Ian Springford Architects
Project by Allan Murray Architects - Dino Georgiou & Partners
Project by Laura Franchi
Watt 13 Hotel
Project by Chiara Caberlon (Caberlon Caroppi Hotel Design)
Project by Studio 63
Project by Studio Italo Rota & Partners
Project by Jean Nouvel
For the 25th anniversary of RBC, Franck ARGENTIN its creator has opened a new flagship store in Montpellier.
Designed by the architect Jean Nouvel and lighted by Yann Kersal with products specially adapted for the occasion by Artemide, this concept store of 2,000 m is dedicated to design in all its forms.
Franck ARGENTIN has also said that his dream has been realized here, the culmination of a comprehensive approach to design. Innovative both in its content and in its lines, the RBC Design Center is litd with the 3000K 33W LED PICTO collection, the product has been fully adapted to the architecture of the place.
12 levels, this transparent and friendly place will host many exhibitions. The Mia restaurant, run by chef Pascal Sanchez offers creative cuisine.
Centuria South Building
Teesside University, Middlesbrough (UK)
Project by CPMG Architects, Nottingham
River House - Bratislava (Slovakia)
Project by Mimolimit s.r.o. - Praha
Project by Ing. Walter Incerti (IZed Partners)
Lighting Solution by Artemide Italia
Grunproject Ladenburg (Germany)
Project by Luz Landschaftsarchitektur
Project by Arch. Carlotta de Bevilacqua
Crocifisso Di Giotto
Project by Nord Light (Gruppo Artemide)
House In Milan
Universit degli Studi - Milano
by Zaha Hadid Architects