Exhibitions

Spazio Krizia 2014

2014, the exhibition at Spazio Krizia was titled ​'Il Laboratorio - The atelier'. Among others, we exhibited 'The Humblies', objects made of gold-plated paper and the first prototypes of T.T. Moon.

​Photos: Tom Vack and Team

Spazio Krizia 2013

The ​Flying Flames installation in front of a reproduction of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci was one of the main pieces at ​Spazio Krizia in 2013.

A Dozen Red Things
Spazio Krizia 2012

Every year, the preparation for our temporary show in Milan, at Spazio Krizia in Via Manin 21, is a big effort, both exciting and exhausting. For years and years, it has been one of the most important dates in our calender.

In 2012, Ingo Maurer presented twelve red Looksoflat (Stefan Geisbauer), Green Wall, a prototype of Floating Table (to be produced by Established&Sons), Manifold (Axel Schmid) and Candles in the Wind, a collaboration with Moritz Waldemeyer, and other objects. The Styrofoam furniture was created by the I.M. team.

Euroluce 2013
Milano

A great trade fair, with lots of visitors on our stand, and a lot of positive feedback. Find images of the novelties on the product pages or visit our showrooms in Munich and New York!

Spirits Flying High!
Gestaltung: Ingo Maurer und Team 2010

​Spirits Flying High! is a „lighting carpet“ made with a special combination of synthetic material and LED. The white colour of the elements is nuanced, as is the intensity of their brightness. On a simple and sober structure, the slight irregularity of their positions adds an exquisite vibrancy to the piece, which was first created for a table in a conference room.

Lacrime del Pescatore
Installation at Spazio Krizia, 2009

In 2009, we introduced ​Lacrime del Pescatore as a mobile installation, together with a table by Dirk Vander Kooji.

One Thousand and One Lights
Spazio Krizia 2006

One Thousand and One Lights und Rose, Rose, on the Wall…, two objects Ingo Maurer presented in 2006.

Spazio Krizia
2005

In 2005, Ingo Maurer presented three versions of the table Trotzdem and Porca China, the first Porca Miseria! made with shards of chineses figures. In the courtyard, we displayed Big Dish Floor. The guest designers were Reed Kram and Clemens Weisshaar with ‘Breeding Tables”.

Spazio Krizia
2004

Photos: Tom Vack