Artemide takes part in PLDC as a Silver Partner. The Singapore event is one of the many international opportunities to meet with lighting designers, architects, researchers and universities.
Artemide has always collaborated with major architectural firms and international lighting designers, interpreting different cultural perspectives on lighting design, not only for the development of innovative products but also for lighting solutions and custom projects.
The latest encounter with Alejandro Aravena's Studio Elemental, winner of the 2016 Pritzker Prize, brings the number of prestigious award-winning architects who have designed products for the Artemide collection over the years to six: from Aldo Rossi to Norman Foster, Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron, Zaha Hadid and Jean Nouvel.
BIG, Neri&Hu, Gensler, MAD and Tapio Rosenius are just some of the other international firms who collaborate with Artemide for their projects.
Today Artemide can deliver not only the most suitable light for every indoor and outdoor space, but also a platform of open possibilities for the creation of new services and interactions. The company is delving into new research in photonics and new technologies to outline a future vision, a new way of interpreting and living light. Moving towards new design frontiers, with not only the product itself at the centre, but also new management and information intelligence: advanced digital interaction systems, Internet of Things, sensors, Apps, Li-Fi and Geo Li-Fi, through to actually designing real software.
The Artemide Design and Architectural Indoor & Outdoor collections represent a unique crossover of values: the approach to human and responsible light is combined with design and material know-how, in a coming together of the most advanced technology and ancient knowledge, in the perfect expression of sustainable design.
Artemide's products are considered icons of contemporary design, synonymous with Innovation and Made in Italy. The company is a wonderful kind of observatory on all light things, but thanks to in-depth manufacturing know-how, it also restores knowledge through creation. Technological research, new optoelectronic patents, dialogue with the finest contemporary lighting designers but also sociological research, all of this translates into products which combine the highest manufacturing standards and advanced production know-how; projects which, even over time, will always be capable of illuminating the future with the same force.