Designed by Richard Sapper for Artemide in 1972, the Tizio lamp is a true classic of modern design. Built with two counterweights to allow the user to direct the light where it’s needed, the lamp adjusts with a pull or push and stays in place without having to tighten a knob or adjust a fastener. The wiring is housed in the arms to create the clean, simple look of Tizio that screams 1980s. Winner of the prestigious Compasso d’Oro award in 1979, the Tizio is included in MoMA’s permanent collection.
When extended vertically, stands 47” tall. When extended horizontally, it is 31” wide. Base diameter is 4.5”. Three position switch allows for two levels of light intensity. In good vintage condition with a slight sway in the base that doesn’t impact the lamps utility or good looks!