Ingo Maurer GmbH

Ingo Maurer is a designer born 1932 and started to design exceptional lamps  in 1966, which his company, Ingo Maurer GmbH produces. Among his best-known designs for serial productions are Bulb (1966), the Canned series (1984) and Lucellino (1992), the winged bulb. The lighting for ‘‘Westfriedhof’’ subway station in Munich (1998), the LED-lit atrium of Lafayette Maison in Paris (2004), and the UNICEF Crystal Snowflake for New York (2005) are just a few items on the long list of commission works and spectacular one-offs for private clients and public buildings. Maurer has received a number of renowned design awards, among others, in February 2010, the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany and in 2011 the Compasso d‘Oro.