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Shogun Desktop Lighting

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The Shogun metal table lamp is part of Artemide's Master 'Pieces collection. It was designed by Swiss architect Mario Botta in 1968. This lamp, currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, has become an icon. Shogun has similarities with Botta's architectural structures: the control of light is the search for simplicity of forms in a balance of richness and dignity. Shogun is a shiny object that is beautiful even when closed, finding a place in living spaces, bedrooms, studies, as well as commercial and public spaces.


Height: 595mm
Diameter: 320 mm
Base Diameter: 120 mm

Product Code: A000300
Color: Black/White
Installation: Table
Material: aluminum, steel
Area of ​​Use: Interior

Wattage: 8W
Voltage: 220V-240V

Place of Production: Italy
Official Distributor: Sihir Mobilya


Disconnect the lamp from the power source and clean the product with a soft damp cloth soaked in soap or neutral liquid detergent, preferably diluted with water. Strictly avoid using ethyl alcohol or detergents that contain even small amounts of acetone, trichlorethylene and ammonia (common solvents). Make sure the power supply is unplugged during installation and whenever you work on the lamp.

BRAND: Artemide

Founded in 1960, it is one of the world's best-known lighting brands. Today, Artemide is synonymous with design, lighting expertise and innovation, with products that are an expression of research and high-quality production. Numerous invention patents have been obtained for technological, mechanical and optoelectronic innovations developed over the years (10 patent applications were filed in 2016 alone). Artemide has produced works such as Eclisse (1967, Vico Magistretti), Tolomeo (1989, Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina) Pipe (2004, Herzog & De Meuron) and the IN-EI collection (2014, Issey Miyake), all of which were awarded the Compasso d'Oro award. He contributed to international design history with his products.
Artemide has always collaborated with the most famous international designers and actively promoted workshops with design schools to discover the best talents among the young generation. On its path to innovation, it has also established research collaborations with prestigious Italian and international universities. Artemide's lamps are internationally recognized as icons of contemporary design: they are exhibited in the world's leading modern art museums and design collections.


Mario in the Bot

Mario Botta was born in Mendrisio, Switzerland, in 1943. He was inspired in his work by masters such as Le Corbusier, Louis I. Kahn, and Carlo Scarpa, whom he met during his studies in Venice. Architecture and memory are inseparable in his works, where changes implemented in architecture become part of the human landscape. Light creates space, primary geometric forms are the distinctive signs that humans leave in their environment. Since their first detached house in the canton of Tessin, their work has covered all building types (schools, banks, administration buildings, libraries, museums and religious buildings) as well as design.

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