Vico Megistretti created the Nessino Table lamp for the prestigious Italian manufacturer Artemide in the 1960s, and it is an advanced version of the classic Nesso Table Lamp.
This lamp has been one of the reasons Artemide has received multiple awards and display privileges in museums. It has featured in some international museums such as the Century Design Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of New York. Megistretti has an impressive background in furniture design, and he designed the Nessino Table lamp to complement a contemporary room and give it a unique touch.
This classy piece has a height of and a 22.3cm and a diameter of 33cm. It's lightweigh, weighing in at only 600g. The Nessino Table Lamp emits both direct and indirect light. With an organic mushroom-like shape, the top illuminates diffused light to the exterior, while the bottom emits direct light to the base using a maximum power of 18Watts. The CE-certified piece will give you a warm feeling to view and will award a contemporary touch to your room.