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Wall/Ceiling Lamp Dioscuri

by Michele De Lucchi

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he versatile Dioscuri Wall/Ceiling Lamp was designed by award-winning and leading Italian designer Michele de Lucchi for Artemide. It is a timeless fixture that diffuses heavenly light. This multi-purpose luminaire features a minimalistic design composed of handblown acid-etched white glass supported by a hidden thermoplastic resin base that allows light to disperse beyond the round shape. Dioscuri is versatile in its flexibility of arrangement by clusters and playful bundles of light. Dioscuri can be creatively configured using various size permutations, making it unique to each interior design. It serves multiple uses in residential, hospitality, or other contracted spaces. Dioscuri is available in 4 sizes which are all dimmable. Ideal for framing a bathroom mirror to give you a great lighting effect. A multiple design-award winner, the luminaire is offered in table, wall and ceiling versions, with outdoor application options.

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.

Dioscuri Wall & Ceiling Lamp by Michele De Lucchi for Artemide
- Base in thermoplastic resin
- Acid-etched diffuser made out of handblown glass
- Comes in 4 sizes
- Dimmable
- Indoor and outdoor use (UL listed wet rated)
- Limited warranty 5 years
- Made in Italy
- Free Shipping



Michele De Lucchi
Michele De Lucchi

Michele De Lucchi was born in 1951 in Ferrara and graduated in architecture in Florence. During the period of radical and experimental architecture he was a prominent figure in movements like Cavart, Alchimia and Memphis. De Lucchi has designed lamps and furniture for the most renowned Italian and European brands, like Artemide, Hermès, Alessi. He has designed and remodeled spaces for major multinational companies and museums worldwide, and held numerous art and design exhibitions. He recently realized a number of projects for the city of Milan: the pavilions for Expo 2015 and UniCredit Pavilion in piazza Gae Aulenti. His professional work has always gone side-by-side with a personal exploration of design, technology and crafts.