We all know that a home workspace is always in need of a good desk lamp. Lighting your way through work is important from a design perspective, too.
Imagine working late and wanting to see a beautiful, sculptural desk lamp on your workdesk. Its minimalist design gives you confidence in turning what was once an idea into reality.
Designed by German designer Richard Sapper in 1972 for the Artemide brand, the Tizio Desk Lamp looks like a modernist sculpture. It also reminds us that what someone imagines can be transformed into full blown reality if you take into account needs, wishes and design.
Beyond the workspace allure, the Tizio Lamp can be used in any space you would like to showcase it. Thanks to its bright lighting and subdued design, this minimalist lamp proves that aesthetics and functionality create a strong bond meant to inspire you.
This iconic lamp is not only simple and beautiful, but it also uses a clever counterweights mechanism that allows lamp adjustments without using a tightening knob or a fastener.
The power cord is hidden in the lamp’s design, coming out only at the base. Measuring 78 x 66 cm, this rather large desk lamp features a cantilever column with two hinged parts. Its simplicity makes this lamp fit any space and encourages you to enjoy the thinking and creativity of a timeless design.
You can adjust the height of the lamp with one simple push or pull and it stays in the desired position. A small reflector works with the light source to provide highly concentrated light wherever you need it. Tizio’s arms conduct electricity to the bulb which was an early introduction of halogen to an industry outside of automotive.
There is a LED version available as well as 3 sizes from mini to classic. Made of aluminum and polymer parts, the height adjustable desk lamp comes in four colors.
Tizio is a multiple award winner and is included in MoMA’s permanent collection. So you know that your work is being lit with the creativity of a very beloved design. Enjoy your workspace and let it fill you with the right kind of creative flow.