Lucellino Table Lamp
Lucellino Table is the table version of the winged bulb that Ingo Maurer designed in 1992 and which is now considered a design icon. Lucellino is a play on words, a combination of the Italian words “uccellino” (little bird) and “luce” (light).
The handmade set of goose-feather wings sits directly on the E27 base. The matt bulb is operated with a secondary voltage of 24 volts. The 24-volt bulbs with standard sockets were used in trains up until the 1990s, but now these special bulbs are manufactured exclusively for Ingo Maurer GmbH and can only be used in models from the Lucellino family. The red cable is soldered onto the bulb. Not suitable for rooms with a high level of humidity.
German industrial designer Ingo Maurer has been lighting up the world since 1963 with the creation of his first company, Design M, later transformed into the name of the creator. Bulb (1966), one of his very first designs, was included in MoMA’s design collection, and in 1989 for the first time, Ingo Maurer created lighting, which was not meant for serial production, for a retrospective of his work at the Cartier Foundation in Paris entitled: Light Chance Reflection. The winged light bulb, Lucellino, is probably one of his best-loved creations, and since the early 1980s, Ingo Maurer has been working with young designers and developers. Transforming light into art like the Karat Blau Suspension is yet another way Ingo Maurer introduces a masterpiece into the home.