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  • Surf Micro Wall Sconce LED from Artemide | Modern Lighting + Decor

    Surf Micro Wall Sconce LED

    Artemide
    $ 385.00

    The Surf Micro LED wall sconce from Artemide has been designed by Neil Poulton. This wall mounted luminaire is wonderful for indirect LED lighting....

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  • Talo Mini Wall Sconce LED from Artemide | Modern Lighting + Decor

    Talo Mini Wall Sconce LED

    Artemide
    from $ 430.00

    The Talo mini wall sconce from Artemide has been designed by Neil Poulton. This wall mounted luminaire is perfect for LED lighting. The Talo mini i...

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  • Talo LED Suspension Light from Artemide | Modern Lighting + Decor

    Talo LED Suspension Light

    Artemide
    from $ 935.00

    The Talo pendant light fromArtemide has been designed by Neil Poulton. This cable suspension mounted luminaire is great for indirect and direct flu...

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  • Ipparco Table Lamp from Artemide | Modern Lighting + Decor

    Ipparco Table Lamp

    Artemide
    $ 460.00

    The Ipparco Table Lamp has been designed by Neil Poulton for Artemide. This new LED table lamp is composed of a steel base and body completely pain...

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  • Talo LED Wall Light from Artemide | Modern Lighting + Decor

    Talo LED Wall Light

    Artemide
    from $ 910.00

    The Talo 90, 120, and 150 wall sconce was designed by Neil Poulton for Artemide. The Talo is designed for indirect fluorescent lighting. The body i...

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Neil Poulton (1963) is a scottish-born product designer, based in Paris, France. He specialized in the design of simple, mass-produced objects and has won numerous international design awards.

Poulton is best known for lighting and technology design and is particularly associated with manufacturers Lacie and Artemide. He has designed for megalit, atelier sedap, danese milano, la tete au cube, apple, sony, habitat, vianne/domec, steel, mito luce/vetro and many other international clients. Neil poulton first came to public view in 1989 as the creator of the "ageing pens,” pens made from a "living" (wearing) plastic, which changes color and form with use.

In 2007 the centre george pompidou museum in paris, acquired six poulton-designed objects for its permanent contemporary collection.