Wall light, Demetra Faretto, white, H13cm, L18,5cm, LED, Dimmable - Artemide
Designer : Naoto Fukasawa
Brand : Artemide
The Artemide Italian lighting house reveals its Demetra Faretto elegant wall light, designed by Naoto Fukasawa in 2013.
This white refined design of this wall light gives modernity for your interior.
It can be turn around the directions, thus choose your favourite direction ! The lighting is variable thanks to its integrated dimmer.
Convenient and design, this minimalist wall lamp offers an industrial style. It is perfect for your bedroom, your deskroom, your living-room, your corridor, or any other interior rooms.
Its diameter and its high measure respectively 13cm and 18,5cm.
The 10W LED bulb is included. It has a warm-white of 2700K and a lighting intensity of 392Lm.
This aluminium wall light is available in other colors, in table lamps, in wall lamps and in floor lamps on our website or on request.
This lighting is guaranteed 5 years.
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- < 8 W
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- L 18.5cm x H 13.0cm x P 18.5cm
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- standard delivery, under 48h (for product in stock): 6,90 €
- delivery in a pick-up store, under 48h (for product in stock): 5,90 €
- express delivery, the next day before 1pm (for product in stock): 12,90 €
- Delivery by courier during the day within 3 hours (for any order placed before 3 p.m.):
A product can be returned within 14 calendar days, starting on the day following the day on which the goods were received. To return a product, one needs to follow the process described in our FAQ. The costs incurred in returning the product are at the expense of the customer.
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Naoto Fukasawa, the Japanese designer was born in Yamanashi in 1956. He is gratuated from the Tama Art University. He went to the United States in 1989, when the Silicon Valley ...Learn more +