During NYCxDESIGN, Artemide opened its newly redesigned showroom in Soho with new collections born from collaboration with important international architectural firms and from research on the most advanced technologies.
Artemide interprets different cultural perspectives on lighting with new products designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), Foster + Partners, Herzog & de Meuron, Elemental, Neri & Hu, Gensler, Mario Cucinella, just to name a few.

Alphabet of Light by BIG becomes an increasingly transversal and complete system with the integration of the Gople System. Stellar Nebula combines the beauty of hand-blown glass with the sustainable innovation of the dichroic finish PVD. Vine Light is a new generation of task light that with only two joints achieves maximum freedom of movement from which a large family with different applications is created.

Flexia by Mario Cucinella combines comfortable light with sound absorption to create a 360 ° environmental quality. Takku by Foster + Partners is a laptop that leaves the freedom to bring your own light anywhere.

Artemide then presents Funivia and Turn Around, two systems designed by Carlotta de Bevilacqua that fit freely and flexibly into spaces, holding different types of light.

Artemide marked the occasion with a series of events to celebrate NYCxDESIGN and the reopening.

Artemide and Metropolis hosted a panel discussion on the topic of Humanism & The Science of Light with Carlotta de Bevilacqua, President & CEO of Artemide, Francesca Portesine, Director of Interiors for Bjarke Ingels Group, and Avinash Rajogopal, Editor-in-Chief of Metropolis in the Artemide Soho Showroom.

The talk focused on Artemide’s ground-breaking new lighting systems that push the limits of design, science and technology to transform how we experience spaces and how interiors can support or health and wellbeing.

Missed the events? Stop by to see our new space and a first look at new products coming soon to North America.