Estúdio Brazil Ingo Maurer
21.09.2016 |
São Paulo, from September 22, 2016
End of September, the long-awaited showroom in São Paulo finally opens its doors. The space is as magic as Ingo Maurer’s temporary exhibitions in Milan and provides all visitors and residents of São Paulo a truly unique spot to experience Ingo Maurer’s work in a permanent space.
Estúdio Brasil is run by FAS Iluminação, but has been designed in close collaboration with Ingo Maurer and his team. As in Munich and New York, the two showrooms managed by Ingo Maurer directly, visitors will find a great number of unique objects, among them a Golden Ribbon and two Porca Miseria! One of them is a special version with reference to Brasil’s stunning nature, which Ingo Maurer created in early summer, expressing his love for the South American country. Of course, also the lamps in serial production are mostly on display. The arrangement of the complete display was planned by Ingo Maurer and staff members Axel Schmid and Hagen Sczech.
08.06.2016 |
Ron Arad for Ingo Maurer, 2016
Based on an idea from Ron Arad a limited edition of 50 pieces of luminaire "Spyre" is being manufactured and sold by Ingo Maurer.
The concept is derived and influenced from a larger Spyre sculpture. The fixture is made of five segments which can be rotated and adjusted to direct the light. It is fitted with a warm LED technology and an integrated On/Off sensor.
Torre Velasca
10.04.2016 |
Milan, April 11 - 17
Ingo Maurer has taken on the challenge to illuminate one of the most unusual high-rise buildings: Torre Velasca in Milan. As part of the Open Borders organized by Interni magazine during Salone del Mobile, Ingo Maurer will ‘paint’ the building with light: the lower part and the roof of the tower will be glowing red, like embers, marking the extraordinary architecture as temporary hotspot and location of the AUDI city lab.
The middle part will remain dark, but some windows will also be lit randomly. Four single white rings will be moving on the lower part of the building uniting to the AUDI logo for a few seconds every now and then. On this project, Ingo Maurer collaborated closely with team member Axel Schmid. Photographers: Saverio Lombardi Vallauri, Tom Vack