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Cluster Suspension Giò

by Patrick Norguet

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The Cluster Suspension Giò was created by French designer Patrick Norguet for Artemide. It features three colored diffusers with cords of varying lengths that can be adjusted to create the ideal height and placement. Giò Light is first and foremost a functional, unobtrusive and timeless suspension lamp. It fits in perfectly in any location, from residential to public spaces. Giò Light is available in 5 color options and 3 models that can match any interior or add a touch of color. Used alone or in a series, Giò Light is both efficient and elegant.

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.

Cluster Suspension Giò by Patrick Norguet for Artemide
- Sleek and timeless design
- 3 colored die-cast aluminum body, each H 3.9" X ∅ 4.2" in one of the following colors: white, black, blue, red or yellow
- Injection molded plastic material diffuser
- Glass screen
- 3 Black textile cable, that can be humg at a minimum height of 19.7", and a maximum height of 59"
- 3 Black hanging hooks each H 1.2"
- 1 Black canopy included H 1.2" X ∅ 5.4"
- Built in LED for each diffuser of 8W C.O.B, , 80+ CRI, 3000K, Dimmable 2-Wire
- UL certified
- Indoor use only
- Limited warranty 5 years
- Made in Italy
- Free Shipping



Patrick Norguet
Patrick Norguet

After completing his design studies at ESDI school of design, Patrick Norguet was commissioned to design the display windows of Yves Saint-Laurent and Louis Vuitton. From these experiences, he gained an understanding of brand identity. In 2000, his Rainbow Chair, which was noticed and produced by Giulio Cappellini, gave him international visibility. He then opened his studio in Paris. Thanks to his keen sense of context, his analytical approach to constraints, and respect for culture and customs, Patrick Norguet has built over the years strong relationships with manufacturers, developing a unique know-how in production process optimization for objects, lamps and furniture of all scales. Patrick Norguet sees design as an encounter with a manufacturer whose creative intent is shaped by technical and economic constraints and the expectations of a user it hopes to seduce discreetly, yet lastingly. Always drawing inspiration from his surroundings, Patrick Norguet aims at creating products which relevance and modernity will withstand the test of time. He has become an emblematic figure of French design and a leading player of the international design scene.