Friday, December 23, 2016 – Opens today, in Amatrice, the new school dining hall designed by Stefano Boeri Architects illuminated by Artemide lamps.

The opening of the dining hall is the first important step of Amate Amatrice, an innovative project for emergency reconstruction after the earthquake, and that shows how we can build quickly (after 30 days), safely and with a high quality.

Artemide supports this great project of solidarity, this significant challenge in overcoming a dramatic emergency, illuminating with its light the new school canteen.

A rain of 58 Castore suspension illuminates the Sala Ristoro, perfectly communicating with the large window on the Sibillini mountains, which characterizes the structure of the building.

The draft Artemide lighting enhances the transparency of the structure, following the rhythms of the natural and artificial light. The simple design and super light weight of Castore lamp, designed by Michele De Lucchi and Huub Ubbens, integrates perfectly in the architecture, bringing with light added value in terms of emotion, perception of space and landscape.

The Castore suggestive light, emitted from blown glass, helps to create a perfect relationship between man and space, becoming the reference element of social and collective.

The Artemide commitment for Anatrice is once again testimony to a company that has transformed the way we think about light, creating perfect solutions to improve the quality of life in the spaces we inhabit and that will inhabit the generations to come.


Edison: "Vedere il futuro dal 1809, breve storia del design della luce"
Artemide won the Wallpaper* Design Awards with Tolomeo Lampione