Description

Artemide's Piroscafo is an outdoor lamp designed by Ernesto Gismondi. Piroscafo is Italian for a steamship, and the shape of its aluminium body is reminiscent of old-time steamship funnels. Featuring an efficient, built-in LED unit and shock-resistant, UV-protected structure, Piroscafo is perfect for lighting up terraces and garden paths, and its industrial yet friendly appearance works great in groups of several lamps.

Artemide

Piroscafo floor lamp, outdoor, rust


Availability

4–5 weeks

Quantity


Material
Die-cast aluminium, 3-stage outdoor treatment painting, shock-resistant tempered glass
Colour
Rust
Width
26,5 cm
Depth
24,5 cm
Height
37 cm
Light source
Fixed 14W LED (included)
Colour temperature
3000 K
Luminous flux
1143 lm
Lifetime
36 300 h
IP rating
65
Protection class
I
Weight
3,65 kg
Notes
Provided with cable and IP67 connector for connection to the mains. Supports cables with 7 to 12 mm diameters.
Warranty
5 years

Ernesto Gismondi (b. 1931) is an Italian designer and the founder of the lighting company Artemide. With a background in aeronautical and missile engineering, Gismondi founded Studio Artemide in the early 1960s together with Sergio Mazza. During his career Gismondi has operated in various fields of design: he has participated in the avant-garde movement Memphis, been the vice president of ADI (Association of Industrial Design) and an associate professor of Rocket Engines for Missiles at the Milan Polytechnic. He has received the prestigious Compasso D'Oro award twice.

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