Artemide Paragon Lamp by Daniel Libeskind
The Artemide Paragon lamp designed by Daniel Libeskind is an elegant table lamp inspired by architecture. Its design draws its formal elements from that of a skyscraper.
Its futuristic structure offers a broad variety of movements which are made possible by four independent segments. The first segment performs a 360 degree rotation on a vertical axis, while the other three parts perform a 0 to 90 degree rotation on the horizontal axis. The Artemide Paragon Lamp is defined by its geometric design combined and refined complexity.
“Like a miniature skyscraper when standing perpendicular, the ‘paragon’ consists of four segments so that the lamp can be playfully bent at three joints to create a myriad of interesting geometric shapes; sometimes it can be made to look like a perched bird, at other times it resembles a rocket poised for launch. a lamp head fitted with the latest LED technology tops the vertical extrusion which acts as a paragon for all the other potential forms derived therefrom.“ – Daniel Libeskind