Through the golden autumn with lamps by Ingo Maurer

When autumn begins and the days become shorter, nature shines in golden colour. Especially at this time of year, we enjoy a unique golden light, which is also reflected in the lamps by Ingo Maurer. The designer brand succeeds in bringing the golden season inside – whether in one’s own home, in a museum or restaurant, more artificial light is needed everywhere. The use of gold is a popular design element and gives rise to room-sized installations as well as iconic lamps for smaller room situations. Be it the magnificent Lil Luxury, the Ingo Maurer 1000 Karat Blau or the Oh Mei Ma, they all fill the room with warm colours and create a unique atmosphere through the opulence of the precious metal. With precision craftsmanship, gold is always used in an impressive variety of materials at Ingo Maurer, from the finest gold leaf to gilded paper.

Ingo Maurer GmbH has been developing and producing extraordinary design lamps for more than 50 years. The company has also made its mark internationally with the realisation of design commissions in both the private and public sectors. Among the best-known designs for series production are Bulb (1966), the YaYaHo low-voltage system (1984) and the Lucellino wing lamp (1992). The lighting and interior design of the Radisson Collection Hotel in Tsinandali, Georgia, the illumination of the underground stations “Westfriedhof” (1998), “Münchner Freiheit” (2009) and “Marienplatz” (2015) in Munich as well as the pendulum “Flying to Peace” for the Messe Frankfurt (2018) and the “Silver Cloud” for the Munich Residenztheater (2019) are just a few highlights on the long list of commissioned works and spectacular individual pieces for private customers and public buildings.

Ingo Maurer 1000 Karat Blau