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key projects

Staff: 60 Management: Ingo Maurer, Jenny Lau Key designers: Ingo Maurer, with and without team Founded: 1995 Operates: Worldwide

Atomium, Brussels/Belgium, 2006 Kruisherenhotel, Maastricht/Netherlands, 2005 Dexia Banque Internationale de Luxembourg/ Luxembourg, 2007 Rockhal, Esch-Belval/Luxembourg, 2007 Lafayette Maison, Paris/France, 2004 US Fund for Unicef, New York/USA, 2004 and 2005 Issey Miyake Showroom and Installation for Fashion Show, London/UK, 1999 Subway Stations, Munich/Germany Foundation Cartier pour l’art moderne,1997

awards

The Fifth Abitare Il Tempo prize, Abitare Il Tempo Fair, 2006 Honorary doctorate degree, the Royal College of Art, 2006 Royal Designer of Industry, The Royal Society of Arts, 2005 The Fourth Oribe Award, Design Academy Division, 2003 Georg Jensen Prize, 2002 Collab’s Design Excellence Award, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2002 Primavera del Disseny, 2000 Lucky Strike Designer Award 2000, Raymond Loewy Foundation Chevalier des arts et des lettres, French Minister of Culture, 1986

Profile

Ingo Maurer (1932) has been designing exceptional lamps and lighting systems since 1966. His company, Ingo Maurer GmbH, manufactures and distributes these products worldwide. Manufactured primarily in low volumes, his best-known serial productions include his very first commission, Bulb (1966), the low-voltage system YaYaHo (1984), and the winged bulb Lucellino (1992). Moving beyond interior lighting, Maurer and his team began experimenting with LED technology in 1999. Since that time they have created unique pieces for both private clients and public spaces.

Bright - Architecturel illuminations  

Bright features 38 exterior lighting design from around the wordl. Challenging projects from toplevvel manufacturers, designers and artists...

Bright - Architecturel illuminations  

Bright features 38 exterior lighting design from around the wordl. Challenging projects from toplevvel manufacturers, designers and artists...

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