Rare to see design classics getting marked down, so a mention of this 1960s Artemide Nessino table lamp at a reduced price is worthwhile.
Looking to add an unmistakably 1960s and space-age look to your living room? This is the lamp for you. An icon of the era in various colours. But let’s be honest, the orange one is where it’s at.
The Nessino lamp is a modified version of the Nesso lamp, designed back in 1965 by Giancarlo Mattioli and the winner of the Artemide/Domus competition in Milan that year. The difference? Well, the current version of the lamp is a little smaller to make it fit into more spaces. Not that it’s too small at 23cm x 32cm. Just a little more practical – and affordable. Especially now.
The lamp is designed to light up and brighten any space, courtesy of its polycarbonate construction and diffused light at the bottom. Oh yes, it also looks good, which is perhaps why you are considering it. This is the 1960s in table lamp form.
Go for red or white if you like, but for many, the orange pretty much sums up the era. A style statement both then and now.
As I said, discounted right now, so a great time to buy. 20 per cent off, which means you can get a Nessino right now from just £131.20 instead of the usual £164.