Holloway of Ludlow

Artemide is one of the global leaders supplying lighting to residential and commercial projects.

Artemide has contributed to the history of the international design with products like the Eclisse (1967, from Vico Magistretti), Tolomeo (1989, from Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina) and Pipe (2004, from Herzog & De Meuron), In 1994 Artemide received The "Compaso D'oro" career Award and the European Design Prize In 1997.

Artemide Lamps are recognised internationally as icons of contemporary design; they are exhibited in many museums such as MoMA – New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art – New York, Victoria and Albert Museum – London and the Centre Georges Pompidou - Paris.

Artemide has always collaborated with the most famous international designers and actively promotes workshops with design schools (such as the Royal College of Art, London) in order to find the best young design talent.