On occasion of ICFF, the Artemide showroom in New York introduces the new collections originating from partnerships with important international architecture firms and from research on cutting-edge technologies.
Artemide addresses a variety of cultural perspectives over the lighting project, opening up to the international market alongside major players in contemporary design.
Consolidated partnerships such as those with BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) with Alphabet of Light System and Gople, Neri&Hu with the families NH1217 and Yanzi have been supplemented with new collaboration like the architecture firms Gensler and Elemental.
Gensler present Series Y, a flexible lighting system designed for modern work spaces.
Alejandro Aravena's Studio Elemental (winner of the 2016 Pritzker Prize) presents “O”, "an attempt at balancing the requirements of the natural environment with those of the city" - the perfect example of how technology in Artemide products caters to the needs of ethical and sustainable values in all application fields.
Artemide introduces a light that cuts across applications in private and public, living or work spaces, such as in the new Discovery Vertical appliances by Ernesto Gismondi and Calipso by Neil Poulton - products from the design collection that ensure perfect emission also for work spaces.
“Artemide Celebrates NYCxDesign”
Saturday, May 19th 6pm to 9pm
46 Greene Street
between Grand & Broome