The Artemide Teti Ceiling Lamp was created by Vico Magistretti for Artemide. With its eye-catching, imaginative design, it will be a striking addition to anyone's interior.
Magistretti was one of the leading lights of 20th century Italian design. Born in 1920, he took part in the post-war golden age, as Italian furniture and lighting design swept the globe. And in the process, he acquired plenty of praise, along with numerous Compasso d'Oro awards.
The Artemide Teti Ceiling Lamp is an excellent illustration of what made Magistretti so masterful. Simple, highly original, and supremely functional, this ceiling lamp was first introduced back in 1967, and remains perfectly suited to the needs of homeowners.
The lamp has a rounded base and a conical form, somewhat resembling a chess piece, with a single E27/6W bulb at the tip. Each base measures 14 cm in diameter, while the bulb protrudes 7 cm from the ceiling, making this lamp relatively compact.
You can easily create arrays of Teti lamps to illuminate larger spaces, or deploy them singly in smaller spaces like porches or bathrooms. Wherever you use them, they will effortlessly supply some classic 60s style.