Born in 1933, Giancarlo Mattioli is an Italian designer who achieved success during the 1950s and 60s.
His most famous work, the table lamp by Artemide Nessus, is part of the Museum of Modern Art collection in New York and other major museums, and still elegant and modern even though it was created in the mid-twentieth century. The celebrated Nesso won the first prize at the Studio Artemide / Domus in 1965 in Milan.
In 1960 Giancarlo Mattioli founded the “Città Nuova” Architects and Urbanists Group together with Pierluigi Cervellati, Umberto Maccaferri, Franco Morelli, Gianpaolo Mazzucato and Mario Zaffagnini.
Table lamp design NESSINO White Giancarlo Mattioli for ARTEMIDE
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