The Tizio table lamp was designed by Richard Sapper for Artemide. The arms of the lamp can be freely adjusted and rotated. The lamp head and counterweights provide stability. Tizio’s head can be adjusted independently of the lamp’s body, so that light is directed to exactly where you need it.
The sophisticated design and technical innovations on the inside of the lamp enable fascinating arm movements. With Tizio, the innovation is in its basic concept: a transformer installed in the base of the lamp converts voltage from 230V to 12V and supplies a halogen bulb through small bars and buttons, letting it act as a conductor as well as have a structural function.
Thus no other cables are needed. The Tizio table lamp by Artemide and Richard Sapper has been awarded numerous awards for its design.
It can also be seen in many museums around the world, e.g. the MoMA in New York.