The Tizio table lamp was designed by Richard Sapper for Artemide. The arms of the lamp can be freely adjusted and create fascinating movements. Lamp head and counterweight with it enable stabile stand. Tizio’s head can be adjusted independent from the lamps’ body, so that the light falls to where you need it.
The through thought design and the technical innovation in the inside of the lamp enable fascinating turns of the arms. The innovation at Tizio consists of the ground conception: a trafo that is installed in the lamp foot transforms the tension from 230V to 12V and supplies a halogen lamp over the small rods; this one serves as power conductor and as structural function. No further cables are needed like this.
The Tizio table lamp from Artemide and Richard Sapper was awarded with numerous design prizes thanks to its design. Moreover it is placed in many museums al over the world like for example in the New Yorker MoMa.
The Tizio table lamp is available in the colours black, grey and white lacquered.