IngoMaurer is a German designer born in 1931. Design magazines, big and small, seem to have to mention this "poet of light". There is no doubt that IngoMaurer is the designer who has devoted the most effort and wisdom to light (lamp) in the world.
So far, IngoMaurer has designed more than 120 different types of lamps and lighting devices, and there are countless exhibition sites, public spaces, architectural facilities, and private places in the world. The wonderful atmosphere is created by IngoMaurer. Ingo Maurer's earliest spontaneous contact with light (lamp) design came from his fascination with lamps, which he described as "perfect union of technology and poetry" (a harmonious combination of technology and poetry). In 1966, IngoMaurer benefited from Pop Art and designed his first work: a desk lamp with a huge light bulb, which completed its salute to Edison, the inventor of the electric light. For more than 30 years since then, IngoMaurer has been constantly creating for the poetic pursuit of light-simple beauty.
In 1992, Lucellino fell into the world with poetic angel wings-this is also IngoMaurer's most acclaimed and best-selling work. The "poet" working in Munich is neither a minimalist nor a designer who sticks to those design theories. Only the pursuit of "infinite variety" is what IngoMaure's works calmly illustrate. For him, design is just an interesting science that can be inspired by everyday life. The creation of each piece of work can be said to be encounters with inspirations again and again. IngoMaurer captures them (inspirations) with his quiet sensitivity, and then uses his poetic temperament to show all the beauty to a pair of shining pairs. eyes. IngoMaure's research attempts and innovations in light materials are the prerequisites for creating poetic works. Ingo has been thinking about using "paper" to shape the shape of light since he was a school printer when he was a student.
Lampampe in 1980 and Zettel'z in 1997 came from the creation of paper. The use of fabrics and the creation of sculptural visual effects are another major feature of Ingo's design. And IngoMaure is still at the forefront of technology and is a "pioneering poet".
LED (Light Emitting Diode) technology just appeared, and IngoMaure immediately applied it to the design of LaBellissimaBrutta (1997), allowing the new technology to radiate the light of poetry. The designs of the subsequent works ohoodoo (1999), Stardust (2000) and El.E.Dee (2001) all continue IngoMaure's experimental style and poetic design aesthetics of technology pioneers.