File - Ingo Maurer

File - Ingo Maurer
After months of hard work we show our first crop of lamps to the public. We feel
very positive about it. An abundance of new ideas – versatile, open-minded, and
all with a sense of humor. We are in good spirits.
With the new collection comes the rebirth of Light Structure. I first designed this
together with Peter Hamburger in 1970. Today new techniques make it possible
to replace the magnificent but banned incandescent tubes we used in 1970 with
smartly placed LEDs.
We continue the productive and amicable relationship with Moritz Waldemeyer.
It is a collaboration we cherish. He is a wizard, a freaky electrical genius with
ideas and unparalleled imagination that creates energy – within all of us.
The results are new variations of My New Flame as refined suspension lights.
Axel Schmid’s Manifold takes advantage of new LED technique. It really is a
lamp’s lamp.
Raffaele Celentano, designer of Campari Light brings a new lamp to the table.
Campari Bar is not only amusing but also heart-warming.
New manufacturing processes allow for new ways to create intricate shapes
without molds and tools. Our first one is called Knot. Its shape has been a long
time on my mind. It is difficult to produce at a reasonable price, so I decided to use
the new technique of three-dimensional printing and create a lamp where each
piece is unique, sculptural and far beyond design.
Fun, disciplined, and yet with laughter in our hearts is the creative force behind
Veramente al Dente, another unique piece that comes from demanding work.
Floating Table, produced by Established & Sons, looks like an archetypal wooden
table with chairs. But as a table with no legs it appears to float on air!
Last but not least, I wish to give my heartfelt thanks to everyone who worked
together to make all this come true. Yes, we are a great team.
I. M.
Light Structure
Light Structure 1970
The technical
becomes ingeniously,
magically and breathtakingly beautiful,
even more than the
real thing: a flickering
flame rendered in LEDs.
Your own
personal “firefly”.
My New Flame
Our New Flames
My New Flame – the table version, available in black and red since October 2012.
Powered by batteries. We recommend the use of rechargeable batteries.
Coming soon: My New Flame | USB – the table version with a USB cable for recharging with any USB AC/DC adapter or computer. Hard-wired continuous use with
supplied cable is also possible.
One New Flame – an elegant and simple suspension light. Comes complete with
small square canopy and integrated electronic ballast.
Flying Flames – a new flexible hanging system. Each part is available separately.
Up to 9 flame elements in black or red can be placed freely on the metal canopy. If
desired, one or two downlight elements can be added. The canopy is available in
two sizes. A system designed to be adjusted to the individual needs and preferences
of the customer!
One New Flame
Flying Flames
A new flexible system
Flying Flames chandelier available
in black, red or mix + match
Photo: Moritz Waldemeyer
Introducing My New Flame in our showroom in Munich.
My New Flame: boxed and ready for gifting.
One Thousand Flames
Moritz Waldemeyer’s latest project for Ingo Maurer is
a parabolic mirror that reflects digital flames from its
hexagonal surfaces. A custom-made LED display is
placed in the mirror’s focal point, from where the light is
reflected and multiplied into dozens of digital flames.
The resulting effect resembles the facets of a diamond,
but one that is inverted, concave instead of convex.
This jewel-like beauty combines the quaint charm of
candle-light with futuristic feel of intricate geometric
lines. A second light source uses the parabolic geometry
to create a pool of white light below the fixture without
ever interfering with the magic of the faceted flames.
Knot 1
Knot 2
Knot
We take a leap outside the boundaries of serial production in order to make a product where each one is
truly original. New manufacturing processes allow
for new ways to think of and create elaborate shapes
without molds and tools. Today, three-dimensional
printing or freeform solid manfacturing is a modern
means to allow ideas such objects to be realized.
Even though the shape stays the same, each object
possesses its own DNA. As intricate as fingerprints
these differences in material can be seen in big or
small changes. They are an inherent part of the
production process and we embrace this uniqueness.
Knot 3
LED Wallpaper
Photo: Antoine Bootz
Photo: Antoine Bootz
Manifold
Making intelligent use of LED technique, feeling free to leave conventional borders.
Manifold is in Axel Schmid’s spirit and leaves all other attempts behind. I. M.
Veramente al Dente
Limited Edition of
Campari Bar
J. B. Dragonfly
A serious project prototype for a new light across a table. I. M.
Photo: Markus Tollhopf
A table without legs, floating on chairs.
Floating Table
Broken Egg,
Inhotim Brazil
Never in my wildest
dreams could I have
imagined that there
is a human being who
would realize my
dream to build a
broken egg dedicated
to light.
It will happen in
Brazil (near the city
of Belo Horizonte)
at Inhotim, the art
park built by a great
individual. Thank
you, Bernardo Paz.*
* more information to come.
Model
for Broken Egg, Inhotim, Brazil – under construction
The Egg
MUC
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studioshowroomwerkstattatelier+shop
Kaiserstrasse 47
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NYC
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New York, NY 10013
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phone +49 89 381606-91 fax +49 89 381606-90
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Schwabing
phone +1 212 965 8817 fax +1 212 965 8819
c l o s e d
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M o n d a y
SoHo
Photo: Graham Owen
Biotop
Supernatural
on request.
Light Structure Ingo Maurer/Peter Hamburger, 1970/2013
Suspension or table lamp. Six tubes, connected and held in tension by insulated wires. Glass,
acrylic, aluminium. 12 LEDs, 36 W, 2700 K, CRI 80 Ra. 125–230 V, output 36 V (total). With dimmer and electronic ballast. 52 x 52 x 52 cm. Tube Ø 2,5 cm.
My New Flame Moritz Waldemeyer/Ingo Maurer and Team, 2012
Circuit board in black or red, metal, plastic, two displays each with 128 dimmable LEDs, 0,6 W, 2700 K, CRI > 85 Ra. 125–230 V, output 5 V. Based on video material, the LEDs render a flickering candle flame in
a realistic and captivating way. On/Off switch in base plate, push-button dimmer on the board. Powered by 4 AA batteries max. 1,5 volts (batteries not included), rechargeable batteries
recommended. Circuit board 43 x 3 x 0,3 cm. Base: 9 x 9 x 2,5 cm. USB version coming soon.
One New Flame
Moritz Waldemeyer / Ingo Maurer and Team, 2013
Circuit board in black or red, metal, plastic, two displays each with 128 dimmable LEDs, 0,6 W, 2700 K,
CRI > 85 Ra. 125–230 V, output 5 V. For ceiling heights up to 350 cm. Circuit board 43 x 3 x 0,3 cm. Canopy 11 x 11 x 3 cm.
Flying Flames Moritz Waldemeyer/Ingo Maurer and Team, 2013
Flying Flames is a flexible system. Up to 9 Flame Elements are placed freely on the metal canopy board. If desired, one or two downlight elements can be added. Flame element: Circuit board in black or red, metal, plastic, two displays each with 128 dimmable LEDs, 0,6 W, 2700 K, CRI > 85 Ra. 125–230 V, output 5 V. Circuit board 43 x 3 x 0,3 cm. Downlight element: Anodized aluminium, plastic,
125–230 V, output 38 V, 2700 K, CRI > 90 Ra, 9 W. Body 12 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm. Canopy board: Metal, plastic.
Integrated electronic ballast, 230/125 V, output 38 V and 5 V, maximum 25 W. Two sizes of canopy boards, 120 x 40 cm and 60 x 60 cm, height 4 cm.
LED Wallpaper Ingo Maurer and Team, 2011
Length 320 cm, width 60 cm. Five pattern repeats (64 x 60 cm), 48 white, 60 blue and 60 red LED each. In total per length 840 LEDs, 2,5 A, approx. 60 watts at full power. Available in red, green, white and black. With aluminium baseboard. Manufactured and distributed by Architects Paper, Germany.
Manifold
Axel Schmid, 2011/2013
Anodized aluminium in black. Five identical metal parts connected by flexible joints. Manifold is
a suspension or wall lamp. 125–230 V, output 10 V. 5 LED warm white, 2700 K, 2000 lm, 5 W each.
Campari Bar
Raffaele Celentano, 2013
Ten original Campari Soda bottles, individually detachable. Plastic, metal, glass, porcelain.
230/125 volts, halogen max. 60 watts, socket E27. With pull switch. Height approx. 50 cm, base plate 40 x 32 cm.
J. B. Dragonfly
Ingo Maurer, 2012
Limited edition, height approx. 46 cm. Eleven hand-made and dyed insect models. Halogen,
max. 70 watts, socket B15d.
Veramente al Dente Ingo Maurer and Team, 2011/2013
Limited edition, each piece is unique. Metal, porcelain, plastic. Three LEDs, 4,3 W each, 2700 K.
Knot 1, 2, 3 Ingo Maurer, 2013
Sculptural table and floor lamp, made in three-dimensional printing technology. Polyamide, steel, aluminium. 230/125 V, output 36 V. LED, 2700 K, 1600 lm, 25 W.
Floating Table
Ingo Maurer, 2012
A table without legs, floating on chairs. Wood, various sizes and colours. Prototypes produced by Established & Sons, made in Italy.
Fotografie:
Tom Vack und Team
Grafik-Design/Realisierung:
Frank Koschembar | gute-kommunikation.com
Bildbearbeitung/Compositing:
Stefan Geisbauer, red-light-design.com
Druck:
Druckerei Vogl GmbH & Co KG, München
Ingo Maurer GmbH
Kaiserstrasse 47
80801 München
Tel. +49 89 381606-0
Fax +49 89 381606-20
info @ingo-maurer.com
Ingo Maurer LLC
89 Grand Street
New York, NY 10013
Tel. 212 965 8817
Fax 212 965 8819
making-light @ingomaurer-usa.com
März 2013
New website coming soon: www.ingo-maurer.com
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