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When unveiling the small radical lamp signed Rudy Ricciotti during the last biennale of Courtrai (Kortrijk), Federico Palazzari, CEO of NEMO, fortold “A collection needs informal products, that scratch a little in the beginning but which gain a patina over time, a little like a cashmere jumper or a pair of jeans that you will never throw away even when they are used down to their last thread”. Lire la suite…

 

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Small and large Borne Béton are now available for public. Borne Béton is a concrete lamp that was designed by Le Corbusier in 1952 for the Projet Unité d’Habitation de Marseille (Housing Unit) and for the Bhakra Dam and Sukhna Dam in India. On production by NEMO, the light is now available for both indoor and outdoor use in two sizes: a large floor lamp model and a small table lamp model. Both models use LEDs. Lire la suite…

 

Titia nera _Arihiro Miyake

Titia is a suspended swirl of light, ‘I had in mind a lamp that would bring together the spirit of Christmas garlands and wooden merry-go-rounds,’ summarises Arihiro Miyake. ‘It’s an old idea that I can at last bring to fruition thanks to the development of LED technology. A cluster of points of light are enclosed within a form that is as light as possible.’ Lire la suite…

 

Orbit table _ Jean-Marie Massaud

‘When I work on a project, there is always an attempt to revitalise the subject in which I’m involved.’ With Orbit, Jean-Marie Massaud creates for NEMO an essential synthesis of lighting system in 2017: a ‘lampshade/source of light’ ring situated in space to provide a directional, diffuse and warm light.

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Orbit table _ Jean-Marie Massaud

To celebrate the 56th edition of Euroluce Milan from April 4th to April 9th 2017, Nemo is proud to announce these new additions to our Contemporary and Masters Collections. These lamps are the dramatic result of bringing together talented world renowned designers and architects to create new stylish state of the art lighting fixtures. The Masters Collection has always featured a unique selection of icons realized by designers such as Le Corbusier, Magistretti, Albini and Perriand and architects like Massaud, Ricciotti, Miyake and Kalpakian. This year the Collection is enriched with a number of new editions. The Pierre Paulin Maison joins the Masters Collection with the new Elysée Collection. Originally designed for President Georges Pompidou in 1969, the Elysée Collection is composed of two pieces: a floor lamp and a wall lamp, both with a simple and harmonious design for the dining room, the smoking area and a library hall of the French Presidential palace. Jean Marie Massaud (image above) brings Orbit to the Collection. Orbit is a table lamp and a customizable pendant system that uses Nemo’s technological know-how to produce an ethereal statement with an essential ring that joins the functions of the lamp and the lighting source. The result is an ultra-technological and warm system. In cooperation with Nemo, the Italian Martino Gamper shakes lighting codes by mixing lighting with architecture to produce a poetical and delicate original composition. Martino’s work places him at the limit of design and art. Arihiro Myake is also bringing Titia, a suspended swirl of light.  Lire la suite…

 

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Kepler by Arihiro Miyake for NEMO is a new pendant lamp in epoxy-coated aluminium. Available in the uplight and downlight versions, in matt white or black, for a widespread and comfortable lighting. The endless line is made through a 3 dimensional deformation process of the extruded aluminium, designed with the arithmetic of the Moebius ribbons. Lire la suite…

 

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Chantal Hamaide, chief editor of Intramuros magazine, selected the Spigolo system by NEMO for her Café Intramuros this year at Maison et Objet fair. Designed by Studio Charlie, Spigolo is a floor, wall and pendant lamps system based on an extruded and tubular aluminium structure, connected with moulded ABS joints, with white or black painted finish. Thanks to the joints, enabling the profiles to house LED sources, one can rotate 360° in order to produce a directional direct or indirect lighting, screened by an opaline diffuser in polycarbonate. A lecture by NEMO CEO Federico Palazarri is scheduled sunday 25 th january at 3 PM, Conference space Hall 7. 

Café Intramuros with NEMO

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Maison et Objet – Parc des expositions Villepinte

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Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas unveil new Adjustable lamp for italian light specialist NEMO. Olympia is a versatile concept for home and office. Its technorganic design is a perfect icon of the worldwide acclaimed architects approach.  Lire la suite…

 

LINESCAPES _ SYSTEM (1)

Linescapes is one of the new product developed by Nemo this year. A modular system that is changing completely the approach to highly performance diffused direct and indirect lighting. The singular modules are connected by quick moulded ABS connectors, which enable rapid jack installation and a 360° rotation. Lire la suite…

 

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Borne Béton is a concrete lamp that was designed by Le Corbusier in 1952 for the Projet Unité d’Habitation de Marseille (Housing Unit) and for the Bhakra Dam and Sukhna Dam in India. On production by NEMO, the light is now available for both indoor and outdoor use in two sizes: a large floor lamp model and a small table lamp model. Both models use LEDs. Lire la suite…

 
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