Artemide from David Village Lighting
Founded in the 1960's in Italy, Artemide is a global leader in architectural design focused lighting. Based in Milan, Artemide has been responsible for some of the most iconic lights designed in the last 50 years. In 1972 Artemide collaborated with Richard Sapper to produce the Tizio desk light. The 1980's saw the launch of the Tolomeo designed by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina and today both lights are still symbols of design excellence throughout the world.
David Village Lighting are proud to be one of the longest established Artemide dealers in the U.K. Since 1981 we have been specialising in this range of lighting and our knowledge of the brand is unsurpassed. Inspirational lighting manufactured by Artemide and delivered to you from stock by David Village.
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Over the Christmas period we were busy installing some of the latest designs. One brand area that we gave a complete re-vamp was Artemide.
The area now features a large wall display along with a range of suspension, table and floor lamps.
All the featured designs are fitted with the latest LED technology giving the best possible light source for your interior.
Over the next few months we will be adding all the latest designs to our showroom and will be updating you on the progress through our social media.
Below are some of favourite new designs which we have added to the area!
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A Golden Christmas for Artemide
Christmas may still be a few weeks away but Artemide are getting into the Christmas spirit with their latest Tolomeo micro release. We introduce to you the 'Tolomeo Micro Gold' by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina.
The beautiful Tolomeo lamp is only available for a limited time so make sure you get it while you can!
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Artemide: Three Most Wanted Designs
Artemide Tolomeo Classic table lamp. Designed in 1987 by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina this award winning lamp was created to oppose the Memphis movement. The result is a stripped back form, concentrating wholly on the needs of the consumer. Artemide’s motto is “The human light” – demonstrated here perfectly by re-designing an object to further improve the quality of life.Tolomeo desk lamp continues to be a firm favourite among designers, professionals and enthusiasts alike. The adjustable, directional light enables the user to have complete control over their lighting requirements, whether that is for work or ambience. The vast Tolomeo range is expanding as the years go on, with different outputs, orientations and sizes there is one for any situation.
Artemide Tizio Classic table lamp, designed in 1972 by Richard Sapper. This iconic architectural light went on to win the prestigious Compasso D’oro award in 1979, just as the Tolomeo would 10 years later. Sapper was one of the first to create a lamp with halogen bulbs, with low voltage being carried up the arms without a wire in sight. This produced a simplistic, minimal aesthetic with high functionality. Sapper designed the counterweighted arms to allow users full control over where the light source is directed. Artemide Tizio exists in a permanent installation in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art for its contributions to the design industry.
Artemide Pirce Suspension, designed in 2008 by Giuseppe Maurizio Scutella. A multi-award winning design formed of a single piece of aluminium which gracefully spirals downward. The light source is directed upwards through the centre of the ascending form. This creates a very theatrical display of light and shadow, adding drama to a wide range of interior designs. Since its inception, Pirce has become extremely popular amongst architects and homeowners. With its wide variations of sizes available, Artemide Pirce can add huge impact to a commercial space and transform the atmosphere of a home environment.
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In March’s issue of Elle Decoration Editor Michelle Ogundehin discusses the idea of grey being the new neutral. Over the last few years neutrals have turned their connotations from boring dull shades to now express high end style. In the mist of that, grey is also now going against the ideas of being an old age, cold colour and is now one which is seen to easily fit into your interior giving you a step up from whites and neutrals.
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February’s issues of Icon magazine is out as ever it’s packed full of exciting new designs and gripping articles about the design industry. The issue includes a range of articles including a crime against design and an interview with design duo Studio Swine.
Click below to view the featured designs!
|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, David Village Lighting, Designer Lighting, Flos, Foscarini, Icon Magazine, Interior Design, Studio Swine|
Each year the highly influential Pantone announce their colour of the year, creating a knock-on effect on trends amongst designers and creatives in a wide range of industries. 2017 it is the year of Greenery a stunning true green colour that is refreshing as well as stylish, bringing a welcome pop of colour to homes, clothing and much more! We celebrate the beauty of green with our top picks for lighting and furniture.
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|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, Fabbian, Foscarini, Gubi, Kartell, Louis Poulsen, Muuto|
As we head into a new year we take a look at some of our favourite design of 2016. Throughout the last year there have been many releases which have set new trends and created new ways to let you show your individuality through your interior. To celebrate 2016 and all of its beautiful lighting, above we’ve put together our 10 favourites of the last year.
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|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, David Village Lighting, Exterior Design, Favourites, Flos, Foscarini, Interior Design, Kartell, Lighting, Light Years, Louis Poulsen, Moooi, New In, Wastberg|
New Year New Trends!
The February issue of Elle Decoration looks at the trends for spring/summer 2017. Editor-in-chief Michelle Ogundehin lifts the lid on what to expect from this years interiors with the idea of the new modern. The idea is reflective of the mood regarding the sate of the nation making our homes a safe place and a personal sanctuary. In conclusion the new modern is a joyful celebration of the home. Instead of playing it safe this is the time to be bold and brave and to show off your individuality.
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Over the Christmas break we are installing the latest ranges from top manufacturers including Artemide, Flos, Moooi and Muuto. The showroom and office will therefore be closed for a short period from 3pm Friday 23 December until 9am Tuesday 3 January. We look forward to welcoming you back in the New Year as we reveal new designs and technology for an exciting 2017.
|Tags:||Advent Calendar, Artemide, Christmas, David Village Lighting, Interior Design, Tizio|
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This months Elle Decoration shows you how to enjoy your home this season with the Winter Living issue. The issue looks at ways to warm up your interior during the cold weather and add a soft winter feel to your home.
Visit all of our products featured in the issue by clicking on the links below!
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David Village Lighting Christmas Gift Guide
Christmas may seem like its far away in the distance but we think it’s never too early to start your shopping. We’ve put together some gift inspiration so there is no need for that Christmas Eve panic.
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It’s a battle of the sizes as we take a look at mini and maxi lighting.
Mini and maxi lamps often originate from iconic lamp designs which are then supersized or shrunk down to make them even more desirable and perfect for any room in the home or office.
Which size do you prefer?
|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, David Village Lighting, Flos, Foscarini, Interior Design, Lighting, Louis Poulsen, Marset, Maxi, Mini|
Things are getting spooky at David Village Lighting as we enter the ghostliest time of the year, above we’ve put together some Halloween inspired lighting which won’t make you jump!
|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, David Village Lighting, Flos, Fontana, Foscairni, Halloween, Innermost, Interior Design, Kartell, Lighting, Louis Poulsen, Moooi|
Spruce Up Your Bedroom This Winter
As winter is approaching there’s no better time to give your bedroom a little spruce up and make it the perfect cosy hideaway this winter. Whether you prefer the more classic look or want to modernise your space we have the perfect light for you.
Below we have a collection of some of our favourite table lights perfect for the bedroom!
|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, Bedroom, David Village Lighting, Flos, Foscarini, Inspiration, Interior Design, Lampe Gras, Light Years, Louis Poulsen, Marset, Santa & Cole, Secto|
This months Elle Decoration looks at the ‘Mood of the Moment’. With calming tones and natural materials the lighting featured will inspire you to create a sleek and stylish interior using neutral shades and crisp autumn metallic finishes. The magazine is accompanied with an essential bathroom guide, because every room deserves to be on trend.
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The Trend That Will Always Be; Monochrome!
There are some shades that you can never go wrong with, two of them being black and white, made even better when used together. Monochrome has always been a firm favourite in the interior design world and there’s no sign of it slowing down with it being hailed one of the top trends of 2016.
We love this trend so much we’ve picked out some products which would be perfect to create that monochrome dream. If your feeling daring why not add a subtle touch of colour to your interior, check out our beautiful blue or powerful pink inspiration boards which you can find further down on our blog.
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|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, David Village Lighting, Design, Fabbian, Flos, Foscarini, Interior design, Kartell, Light Years, Monochrome, Moooi, Muuto|
Last month we looked at the power of pink in your interior, this month we look at the beauty of blue!
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ELLE Decoration Fought the Fakes and Won!
Elle Decoration’s hottest article this month looks at the battle of copycat designers in the industry. In 2012 ELLE Decoration launched their ‘Equal Rights for Design’ petition which stated Britain as the designer knock-off capital of Europe.
They took their campaign to the government and won, bringing copyright protection inline with other creative disciplines such as music and literature.
Despite the victory the law will not come into place until January 2017 giving the faux designer’s time to sell their stock.
So what does this mean for the British design market? Now the original designers will get the recognition that they deserve and gain a copyright protection similar to other creative disciplines after their passing.
Below are the real deals of the most popular ripped off classics!
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|Tags:||Artemide, ELLE Decoration, Flos, Intellectual Property, Interior Design, Kartell, Lighting, Louis Poulsen, Moooi, &Tradition|
This Months Elle Decoration showcases The London Look. London is often considered to be rich in variety, and the same can be said for its interiors. Designer Carolyn Quartermaine describes the unique London style as not going down just one path, but being able to mix the historical with the contemporary. The products featured are a range of neutrals with statement pieces bringing a London designed feel to any space such as the Bocci 73 which comes in a variety of groupings.
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Our Favourite New Products of the Month!
This month we’ve been busy adding lots of new and exciting products to our website. We’ve picked out some of our favourites to share with you!
Fontana Arte Avico Outdoor Suspension
The Fontana Arte Avico is a beautiful extra large, big- impact suspension lamp. The semispherical shaped lamp is designed to be situated outdoors with and an IP 55 rating. The lamp is made with a translucent white polyethylene diffuser and an iron canopy with an anodized aluminium colour finish. The Lamp can be fitted with a lower disc which covers and the hides the light sources, this is sold as a separate accessory.
AXO Light Hoops
The Axo Hoops is a collection of ceiling and suspension lamps with interchangeable elements in three different shapes and sizes. The shade is an attachment of 24k gold finish circular pieces which can emit light upwards and downwards at the same time.
Vibia Puck & Puck Wall Art
The Puck Wall Light and Wall Art collection is created by Jordi Vilardell. The collection is one which expresses light using circular forms and by using a LED source it creates a warm, even and glare-free light. The wall light features a matt triple opal blown glass diffuser and be can customised into a wide range of lighting compositions which are superimposed over one another to create a personalised wall art. The Puck Wall’s versatility means it works well either on it’s on or groped together.
Muuto have been adding to their accessory and furniture collections and we love it all! Featured above are the Framed Mirrors and the Five Pouf. The Framed collection is a series of mirrors in two sizes and three colour versions. The mirrors can be hung either on their own or in groups to create an almost art-like mirror installation on the wall, they are well suited to be used in bathrooms and other wet rooms.
The Five Pouf which is designed by Anderssen & Voll evokes visions of neatly ploughed fields. The Five Pouf’s rows of quilted tailored material make it versatile and easily adaptable to multiple settings. The pouf’s pentagon form is the ideal shape to accompaniment any sofa, to be used as an extra seat for a guest or to simply liven up a dull corner.
Artemide Meteorite Table
The Meteorite is a collection which has five different versions: table, table with stem, floor, wall/ceiling and suspension. The Meteorite Stem Table 15 and 35 feature a chromed aluminium and steel stem with a blown glass diffuser. The diffuser is made with a double layer of artistic glass which is obtained through a ‘stampo a fermo’ mould-blowing technique.
Moooi Coppelia Chandelier
We’ve already featured this chandelier but we love it so much we’re showing it off again! The Coppélia design is a new interpretation of a classic chandelier created by established Japanese designer Arihiro Miyake. The design was inspired by a ballerina’s sinuous moment and creates a delicate image in the air. Powered by a low voltage current, the design has no need for additional wires.
Youthful is the most appropriate adjective to describe this collection of hanging lamps designed by Benjamin Hubert. The inspiration for the design came from roof tiles and they were also the idea behind the shape of the single elements which are attached by hand. The scales are made in a semi-rigid rubbery material which can be machine washed at 30 degrees. The indoor lamp collection is available in five different shapes and sizes and can be hung either using a cable or fitted directly to the ceiling rose.
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In this months Elle Decoration the focus is on summer living. This issue is set to help you spruce up your home with the latest trends and make both your home and garden the perfect scene for summer.
View all of this months featured products by clicking the links below!
|Tags:||Artemide, Bestlite, David Village Light, Elle Decoration, Flos, Gubi, Lampe Gras, Moooi|
Salone del Mobile & Milan Deign Week 2016
Milan was a thriving place for designers, creatives and enthusiasts last week. Salone del Mobile and Milan Design week were alive with the most influential interior companies in the industry. Here is a highlight of new lighting and furniture products coming this year…
Laura Pessoni demonstrating her co-designed Silent Field. Ernesto Gismondi and Michele De Lucchi at the display of new Tolomeo outdoor collection.
Jakob Lange and Bjarke Ingels of BIG architects at the reveal of Alphabet of light, a new item completely customisable to create words or numbers.
Much of Artemide’s display was held at their Milan showroom, where new and current decorative lighting was featured. Carlotta de Bevilacqua and designers at Mercedes-Benz Style with Ameluna suspension.
Foscarini’s installation designed by Ferruccio Laviani. Graphic lines and bold colours create the ‘Reality or Illusion’ themed space.
Art installation focusing on 25th anniversary of Foscarini Lumiere table lamp. Documentary style film clips show in the background, featuring prominent events that happened during Lumiere’s production.
Diesel Home also exhibited at Salone del Mobile showcasing new lighting from their successful collaboration with Foscarini.
Kartell released a number of exciting future designs, including ‘Aledin’ table lamp by Alberto and Francesco Meda.
Portable and rechargeable ‘lantern’ by Fabio Novembre, the light you can take with you wherever you go.
Kartell released a kids range, comprising of swings, customised chairs and rocking horses designed by Nendo Japan. Known for their creative seating designs, Kartell did not disappoint by revealing new additions for the future. The levitating chair by Eugeni Quitllet was particularly eye catching for its unique design.
Moooi Showroom in Milan was a stunning display made into a series of rooms. Beautifully designed interiors exhibited their popular collections, as well as new lighting and furniture items to be released later this year.
Newest addition to the Muuto lighting range is Control, a table lamp available in a range of colours. This lamp’s main feature is the integrated rotary dimmer.
A new wall light also revealed, reminiscent of the Ambit pendants form.
&Tradition introduced new colours to their popular collections: Topan, Flowerpot pendant and Flowerpot table lamp. These colours include neutral tones which will compliment contemporary interiors.
|Tags:||Artemide, Foscarini, Kartell, Milan Design Week, Moooi, Muuto, Salone del Mobile, &Tradition|
Elle Decoration Features of May 2016
The arrival of spring has encouraged many to try colour in their interior spaces. Neutral or metallic lighting and accessories are the ideal choice for complimenting bold decorative decisions! Elle Decoration May reflected this interior theme perfectly, matching bold colours and prints in walls or upholstery with contemporary lighting features. This month Gubi released the MultiLite pendant, as previewed in the recent design shows. (Available as of summer 2016) The MultiLite has created a lot of interest with its unusual design, the form is able to move and rotate to allow versatile use.
|Tags:||Anglepoise, Artemide, Flos, Gubi, Kartell, Louis Poulsen, Oluce|