About the Collection Artemide Pipe
The Pipe lights by Artemide are flexible light sources with both futurist and organic lines. They were created by the renowned design studio Herzog & de Meuron and used in several architecture projects.
The collection includes a suspension, a wall and ceiling lamp and a floor lamp. Pipe was first designed for operating with fluocompact lamps, but is now available with very modern embedded LEDs.
Pipe has a flexibly bendable light arm of metal, covered with silicone. It fluidly connects with the funnel-like light head and fascinates with its organic design. This impression is reinforced by the conical mounting for wall and ceiling, because the arm seems to seamlessly adapt to it. The floor lamp has a base with a fancy shape resembling a car tyre. Only the upper part of the floor lamp's stem is flexible, the lower part is rigid, even if it forms a visible unity because of the silicone cover.
Head and ceiling rose are made of polycarbonate with a soft-touch paint. An aluminium reflector in the light head directs the light and provides a beautiful design detail.
The silicone cover was treated against yellowing.
Because it is possible to freely shape Pipe and direct its light in nearly any direction, it is suitable as a reading lamp, as a fancy light setting an accent or as an indirect light source. In modern spaces, Pipe harmoniously blends in with its surroundings. Because of its soft feel, it is a pleasure to handle the light fixture.
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