Pregnana Milanese, 15 April 2024 - Artemide has always listened to the world, through research and through collaborations with those who design the spaces of present and future living. The 2024 collection is an expression of these Dialogues capable of bringing together the strength of different thoughts.

Carring on the heritage of the founder Ernesto Gismondi, Artemide combines creativity and measure, knowledge and know-how in a synthesis filtered by the values of environmental and social sustainability.

The new collections interpret innovation and ancient knowledge, they are flexible and transversal proposals capable of bringing good light into every space.

The authors of the new products presented are BIG, Carlotta de Bevilacqua, Foster+Partners, Giulia Foscari, Herzog & de Meuron, Carolina Gismondi, Neil Poulton, Benedetta Tagliabue and Ersilia Vaudo.

Elements such as Criosfera by Giulia Foscari and Lune d'acqua by Benedetta Tagliabue and Ersilia Vaudo "illuminate" our spaces with good light and with messages, values and perspectives.

Transparency is the protagonist through the beauty of the hand-blown glass of Criosfera by Giulia Foscari, Boltons by Herzog & de Meuron and Alambicco by Neil Poulton, as well as through the innovation and essentiality of Somnium by Carlotta de Bevilacqua and Wish You Were Here by Carolina Gismondi.

Both the most traditional materials and the most innovative solutions integrate patented optical principles.

All Artemide light relates to the space and well-being of those who live in it with parameters measured for perfect perception and great attention to energy consumption, which is increasingly reduced thanks to optoelectronic solutions that guarantee very high efficiencies.

Artemide also presents outdoor solutions such as Vea by Foster+Partners Industrial Design and Dreispitz by Herzog&de Meuron.

Wish You Were Here and Discovery Dialogues are a tribute to Ernesto Gismondi, they interpret Discovery's patented technology while looking to the future.

Milan Design Week will be an opportunity to present the new visions of information and lighting that Artemide is developing with Microsoft.

The collaboration between Artemide and the great architects who design its collections also extends to various installations of the Milan Design Week such as “The Amazing Walk” by MAD Architects for Amazon, “CITTÀ MINIERA: Design, Dismantle, Disseminate” by Mario Cucinella Architects for Solferino28, Reflaction by BIG for Audi House of Progress.

Finally, Artemide illuminates the external spaces and paths of the historic Villa Bagatti Valsecchi for Alcova.

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About Artemide

Founded by Ernesto Gismondi in 1960, Artemide is headquartered in Pregnana Milanese, Italy. Artemide’s products are distributed in almost 100 different countries. With five production plants in Italy, France, Hungary and Canada, a glass furnace and a Research and Development center supported by prototype labs and cutting edge test equipment, the Artemide group employs more than 650 people, 60 of which work in R&D, a testament to the pivotal role innovation plays in the company’s success. Each of Artemide’s lights is instilled with the energy of a company that invests in research and development, supports Made in Italy, produces in Europe, and has a great reputation worldwide.