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Wall Light “Yotsuba”
Manufactured by M Design
Germany, 1973
Bamboo, Japanese rice paper.

Measurements
80 x 18 x 80h cm
31,5 x 7,1 x 31,5h in

Literature
Maurer, I., & Dessecker, B. Ingo Maurer: Light – Reaching for the Moon.

Biography
Ingo Maurer, (b. 1932, Reichenau, Germany - d. 2019, Munich, (Germany) born in Reichenau, Germany, on May 12, 1932, was a groundbreaking German industrial designer and lighting artist. Founder of "Ingo Maurer GmbH" in Munich, he revolutionized lighting design, merging functionality with artistic brilliance.
Maurer's iconic "Bulb" series transformed the commonplace light bulb into a sculptural masterpiece. Notable works include the innovative "YaYaHo" lighting system and the poetic "Porca Miseria!" chandelier, showcasing his penchant for blending humor and technology.
Throughout his career, Maurer received acclaim for pushing design boundaries. His creations adorn museums globally, leaving an enduring legacy that continues to inspire the next generation of designers.

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