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Floor Lamp Pipe

by Herzog & de Meuron

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The Pipe luminaire family embodies the full functionality of a broad range of movement and flexibility, featuring a fully adjustable upper stem and rotatable diffuser. Pipe’s undulating form inspires a whimsical atmosphere with its steel base coated with a silicone, “soft touch” sheath. Pipe has been reimagined in LED, to adapt to today’s standards of intelligent, eco-friendly, and energy efficient lighting. Pipe is available as a floor lamp, wall or ceiling lamp and a pendant.

Artemide has been a worldwide leader in lighting design with an unparalleled commitment to technological innovation, research and human interaction, committed to the philosophy of "the Human Light". For over six decades, Artemide has created award-winning collaborations with some of the world’s most talented designers.

Floor Lamp Pipe by Herzog & de Meuron for Artemide
- Whimsical and fully flexible design
- Black steel base “soft touch” effect painted
- Flexible gray painted steel structure, covered with a natural anti-yellowing silicone case
- Diffuser in transparent polycarbonate with rubber-effect coat; transparent lens; internal reflector with random perforations.
- Integrated LED 25W C.O.B. 2700K 90+CRI 50,000 hours 1763 lumens
- Overall dimensions: H 86.6" X ∅ 11.8",
- Base H 5.5" X ∅ 11.8", light ∅ 8.3"
- Touch dimmer on stem at 30.3" from floor
- Plug-in
- Indoor use only
- Limited warranty 5 years
- Made in Italy
- Free Shipping


Dimmer on body
56.2 lbs
2 Boxes : 64-11/16" x 19-13/16" x 10-3/4" ; 1 x 14-11/16" x 14-11/16" x 9-1/8"
H 86.6" 11.8"


Herzog & de Meuron
Herzog & de Meuron

Established in Basel in 1978, Herzog & de Meuron is a partnership led by Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. An international team of nearly 500 employees including the two Founders, five Senior Partners, nine Partners, and 42 Associates works on projects across Europe, the Americas and Asia. The practice has designed a wide range of projects from the small scale of a private home to the large scale of urban design. Many projects are highly recognized public facilities, such as museums, stadiums, and hospitals, and they have completed distinguished private projects including offices, laboratories and apartment buildings. Awards received include the Pritzker Architecture Prize (USA) in 2001, the RIBA Royal Gold Medal (UK), the Praemium Imperiale (Japan), both in 2007, and the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (USA) in 2014.