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FEBE by Artemide

We often overlook the small, but there is a shift in how we think about size as more people embrace compact living. Lighting smaller spaces presents its own challenges—and Febe by Artemide solves just about all of them.

Designed by Ernesto Gismondi and Daniele Moioli, Febe Ceiling and the new Febe Wall lamps don’t make minimal less powerful or less playful. While the round disc is compact—at 3⅛ inches high, it fits almost anywhere—Febe provides great illumination and adds a splash of accent color.

The LED component uses “an optical engine that ensures maximum yield with minimum thickness,” explains Artemide. Febe, in fact, can light an entire room. Plus the lamp provides uniform light, appearing like a simple moon against your wall or ceiling.

And Febe doesn’t skimp on style. The lamp’s subtly angled polycarbonate frame comes in orange, turquoise, and grey, providing a welcome accent color—because not everything has to be white in small spaces. Febe offers big style in a little package.

See more at www.artemide.net.
Posted September 29th, 2017 by Alicita Rodriguez


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