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Artemide Tolomeo Micro Table
Brought out in 1987 and designed for Artemide by Michele De Lucchi with Giancarlo Fassina, the Artemide Tolomeo Micro Table was an immediate bestseller, consolidating a working relationship that continues to this day. Inspired by traditional balanced arm lamps like the famous Naska Loris, his challenge was to combine an iconic and “domestic” form with innovative technologies and materials, adapting it to a wide variety of uses and settings. Today it is a well-known symbol of the modern object, commonly seen in houses, offices and hotels, on the desks of architects and on photographic and even film sets.

Artemide Tolomeo Micro Table

Brought out in 1987 and designed for Artemide by Michele De Lucchi with Giancarlo Fassina, the Artemide Tolomeo Micro Table was an immediate bestseller, consolidating a working relationship that continues to this day. Inspired by traditional balanced arm lamps like the famous Naska Loris, his challenge was to combine an iconic and “domestic” form with innovative technologies and materials, adapting it to a wide variety of uses and settings. Today it is a well-known symbol of the modern object, commonly seen in houses, offices and hotels, on the desks of architects and on photographic and even film sets.

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