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Ingo Maurer - refined lighting ideas

Everyday things, cleverly designed: Birdie, Campari, Zettel'z, etc. are the stars of the Ingo Maurer lighting collection. Their distinguishing features are details that you would not expect to find in a luminaire. Sometimes it's goose feathers, sometimes it's a can of soup, sometimes it's a collection of notes that turn luminaires into designer eye-catchers. Fine materials and exquisite technology complete the lighting experience.

About Ingo Maurer

The very first lamp from designer Ingo Maurer was a hit: Bulb. In 1966, the oversized light bulb came onto the market and quickly became the favourite of many lighting fans. It marked the beginning of a series of designer luminaires that still set standards today. Innovative lighting ideas, in which Maurer often repurposed everyday things - impressively demonstrated, for example, by Zettel'z, Lucellino or Campari.

Ingo Maurer passed away in 2019, but the company lives on. The headquarters have been in Munich since the company was founded - between 1999 and 2019, a second branch was opened in New York. The manufacturer regularly presents its creations at spectacular events. Exhibitions of their light objects in several major European cities as well as in the Museum of Modern Art in New York emphasise Ingo Maurer's status.

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