Lucellino LED Table Lamp

Designed by:  Ingo Maurer
Manufactured by:  Ingo Maurer

This design icon from the early 1990s is one of Ingo Maurer’s best known lighting designs. Its name is a clever portmanteau – in Italian, “luce” meaning light and “uccellino” meaning little bird.  Its form is quite literally a proprietary light bulb with affixed hand-crafted goose feather wings that has been “tethered” to its thin brass flexible support wire support and soldered to its thin red power cord.  The base plate of Lucellino LED is equipped with a touch sensor for switching and continuous dimming. With Lucellino, Ingo Maurer’s treatment of the bulb form has always been an integral part of the lamp’s overall aesthetic. Employing elaborate LED technology that was developed collaboratively by Ingo Maurer and Toshiba Materials, the goal was to create an LED bulb form that mimics the aesthetics associated with the frosted bulb of the original design and also dims like an incandescent bulb. The resulting TRI-R bulb is a technological masterpiece and is quite hard to distinguish from the bulb used in the lamp’s original design.  It’s manufactured exclusively for Ingo Maurer and can only be used in Lucellino LED. The Lucellino LED is continuously dimmable by a touch sensor. This lamp has a 100-240V US plug and an integrated 19V, 3W LED, 2500-2900K, 120lm, 25000h, CRI95, EEC A.  Lucellino is included in the permanent collections of several museums worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Philadelphia Museum of Art; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Please note that the Lucellino LED lamp is not suitable for rooms with a high level of humidity.

Designed in 1992/2015.

13" W, 11.8" H

$700.00
Designed by:  Ingo Maurer
Manufactured by:  Ingo Maurer

This design icon from the early 1990s is one of Ingo Maurer’s best known lighting designs. Its name is a clever portmanteau – in Italian, “luce” meaning light and “uccellino” meaning little bird.  Its form is quite literally a proprietary light bulb with affixed hand-crafted goose feather wings that has been “tethered” to its thin brass flexible support wire support and soldered to its thin red power cord.  The base plate of Lucellino LED is equipped with a touch sensor for switching and continuous dimming. With Lucellino, Ingo Maurer’s treatment of the bulb form has always been an integral part of the lamp’s overall aesthetic. Employing elaborate LED technology that was developed collaboratively by Ingo Maurer and Toshiba Materials, the goal was to create an LED bulb form that mimics the aesthetics associated with the frosted bulb of the original design and also dims like an incandescent bulb. The resulting TRI-R bulb is a technological masterpiece and is quite hard to distinguish from the bulb used in the lamp’s original design.  It’s manufactured exclusively for Ingo Maurer and can only be used in Lucellino LED. The Lucellino LED is continuously dimmable by a touch sensor. This lamp has a 100-240V US plug and an integrated 19V, 3W LED, 2500-2900K, 120lm, 25000h, CRI95, EEC A.  Lucellino is included in the permanent collections of several museums worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Philadelphia Museum of Art; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Please note that the Lucellino LED lamp is not suitable for rooms with a high level of humidity.

Designed in 1992/2015.

13" W, 11.8" H

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Designed by:  Ingo Maurer
Manufactured by:  Ingo Maurer

This design icon from the early 1990s is one of Ingo Maurer’s best known lighting designs. Its name is a clever portmanteau – in Italian, “luce” meaning light and “uccellino” meaning little bird.  Its form is quite literally a proprietary light bulb with affixed hand-crafted goose feather wings that has been “tethered” to its thin brass flexible support wire support and soldered to its thin red power cord.  The base plate of Lucellino LED is equipped with a touch sensor for switching and continuous dimming. With Lucellino, Ingo Maurer’s treatment of the bulb form has always been an integral part of the lamp’s overall aesthetic. Employing elaborate LED technology that was developed collaboratively by Ingo Maurer and Toshiba Materials, the goal was to create an LED bulb form that mimics the aesthetics associated with the frosted bulb of the original design and also dims like an incandescent bulb. The resulting TRI-R bulb is a technological masterpiece and is quite hard to distinguish from the bulb used in the lamp’s original design.  It’s manufactured exclusively for Ingo Maurer and can only be used in Lucellino LED. The Lucellino LED is continuously dimmable by a touch sensor. This lamp has a 100-240V US plug and an integrated 19V, 3W LED, 2500-2900K, 120lm, 25000h, CRI95, EEC A.  Lucellino is included in the permanent collections of several museums worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Philadelphia Museum of Art; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Please note that the Lucellino LED lamp is not suitable for rooms with a high level of humidity.

Designed in 1992/2015.

13" W, 11.8" H

Ingo Maurer

Ingo Maurer started to design exceptional lamps, lighting systems, and objects beginning in the mid 1960s, which his eponymous company both produces and distributes worldwide. For over 50 years, Ingo Maurer GMBH (originally known as Design M) has been challenging preconceived notions of how a lamp can look and how lighting can function – always availing itself of new illumination technologies and incorporating these into thought-provoking and cutting-edge designs. Ingo Maurer has produced lighting designs that have won countless prestigious awards and are included in the permanent collections of museums around the world.