First introduced in 1967, the Artemide Teti Light continues to represent forward-thinking Italian design. Resembling a chess piece, a single bulb protrudes at the tip of the circular structure, creating a simplistic, compact design that can effortlessly fit into an array of interior spaces.
Whether mounted on a wall in a living space or used in a cluster in a corridor in larger, commercial areas, the light is a multipurpose, adaptable piece that embodies bold yet minimalist contemporary design.
Italian designer Vico Magistretti was dubbed one of the founding fathers of Italian design.
In the 1960s, Magistretti began working with some of the world’s leading manufacturers – from Artemide to Oluce - designing furniture and objects considered modern-day “classics”. Today, his award-winning work can be seen in galleries, museums and private residences – each piece showcasing his ability to fuse simplicity with essentialism in contemporary design.