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Castore Floor Lamp


Item #: ART-CASTFLR

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Material(s): Steel, Glass, Polycarbonate


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Designed by Michele De Lucchi in 2003.

The Castore, is a floor lamp that provides diffused incandescent or halogen lighting. If features a diffuser in white hand-blown glass, with external etched finish. Available in two sizes. Stem crafted of steel tubing, with the upper covered by a tapered sleeve in white translucent molded polycarbonate, allowing for partial soft diffusion of light from diffuser, and the lower part in a white epoxy finish. Base in die-cast metal alloy with matte white epoxy powder finish. Includes dimmer activated by chrome steel ring positioned between upper and lower stem sections.

Material(s): Steel, Glass, Polycarbonate

Dimensions:

  • Model 42: 74.4"Max H X 13.4"Max D
  • Model 35: 71.7"Max H X 13.4"Max D

Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT, HALOGEN

Bulbs:

  • Castore 35: 1 x 150w max medium base incandescent bulb (not included) or 1 x 150w max medium base double envelope halogen bulb (not included)
  • Castore 42: 1 x 150w max medium base incandescent bulb (not included) or 1 x 150w max medium base double envelope halogen bulb (not included)

Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.

Model(s): 1055005A 1054015A

Michele de Lucchi

Born in Ferrara, Michele de Lucchi studied in Padua and in Florence, Italy, where he graduated in architecture in 1975. After completing his studies architecture, his friendship with Ettore Sottsass and Alessandro Mendini took him to Milan at the end of the Seventies, where he became one of the main activists in the provocative designer group Memphis. His approach to the creation of new styles in design helped to play an important role in the Memphis movement, but by the late 1980's, de Lucchi had moved on to more traditional designs. After working with Artemide to develop some of their lasting bestsellers, de Lucchi created his Produzione Privata label, which creates small series of his designs featuring exquisite craftsmanship.

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Artemide Lighting

The Artemide Group since 1959, has offered not only lamps for moments of relaxation at home, but also large sophisticated installations for illuminating public and private professional activities. Artemide's technological and productive expertise is achieved through research and development centers, with product planning and engineering, laboratories for technical conformity and self-certification tests, and production units equipped with state-of- the-art processes. A production structure that can offer expertise in the processing of traditional materials such as glass, as well as the capacity of innovation with novel materials, such as titanium. Artemide's vast range of options reflects the commitment of the whole organization to provide a product guaranteed by the Artemide brand, throughout the world, with an image that is strong and consistent: that of a leader in the lighting field.

Renowned lighting series issued by Artemide include the versatile Tizio and Tolomeo, Logico, Melampo, Castore, and color-changing Metamorfosi. Over the years, many designers have created beautiful works of lighting art for Artemide. More recently, Ron Rezek's line of practical and affordable designs, including many wall sconces, bath lights and mirrors was acquired by Artemide.

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Customer Reviews 4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Very nicely crafted and innovative dimming control
 

The fixture is elegant, with a beautifully crafted glass globe.
Particularly nice is the the glass stem which leads to the glove, which also diffuses a bit of light. The glass portions are connected to the metal shaft with a stainless steel touch-controlled dimming device that is very subtle and quite intuitive. The only drawback criticism is that at the base of the globe their is a minor bit of shadowing through of the fastening within. Overall I am very happy with the fixture.

By:Mark F. , Architect (New York City, NY, U.S.A.)

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