Neil Poulton was born in 1963 in Scotland. In 1985 he graduated in industrial design at the University Napier in Edinburgh and in 1988 he attended a master's degree in design at the Domus Academy in Milan. Starting in the nineties, he started working in Paris, specializing mainly in the lighting sector for companies like Artemide and LaCie.
Neil Poulton is known for having created the "Ageing Pens", exhibited in important museums such as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Center Georges Pompidou in Paris and the Gallery The Axis in Tokyo. Neil Poulton was a professor and speaker at the Domus Academy in Milan, the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, the University of Western Australia of Perth and winner of numerous international awards and prizes. The designer Poulton designs the "Talo" wall lamp for the Italian brand Artemide.
The design of the Talo lamp, clean and minimalist, makes it a real object to furnish your home with style.