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Artemide Tizio

The Tizio table lamp was first produced in 1972 by Richard Sapper and was a ground-breaking design for its use of a halogen bulb and the minimal use of wires. The lamp works by conducting electricity up the arms to the light bulb meaning there is no wire incorporated on the body. The lamp is also fully adjustable with a movable head and a body that features counterweights for a balanced and smooth flexibility.

The Tizio table light has since been introduced in various sizes, the Tizio 35 and Tizio Micro and can also be bought with custom-made floor supports. A multiple award-winning range and featured in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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