INGO MAURER

INGO MAURER - The Master of Light! 

After an apprenticeship as typesetter, he studied graphic design in Munich, Germany. 1960 Maurer left Germany for the USA, where he worked in New York and San Francisco as a freelance graphic designer. In 1963, he moved back to Germany, and founded Design M. The company was later renamed to "Ingo Maurer GmbH". One of his first designs, «Bulb» (1966) has been included in the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art.

 

Beside the design of lamps for serial production, Ingo Maurer creates and plans light installation for public or private spaces. In Munich, he created light installation at Westfriedhof subway station (1998) and the renovation and lighting concept for Muenchner Freiheit subway station, to be opened in December 2009. For Issey Miyake he realised an installation for a fashion show in Paris (1999). In 2006 he created lighting objects and installations for the interior of the Atomium the Brussels.

 

His work has been honored all over the world.

INGO MAURER

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