Ingo Maurer Koyoo LED rechargeable table lamp
Ingo Maurer Koyoo LED rechargeable table lamp Ingo Maurer Koyoo LED rechargeable table lamp Ingo Maurer Koyoo LED rechargeable table lamp Ingo Maurer Koyoo LED rechargeable table lamp Ingo Maurer Koyoo LED rechargeable table lamp

Ingo Maurer Koyoo LED rechargeable table lamp

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SKU ingo-koyoo-table-1050000
Brand Ingo Maurer
Designer Axel Schmid
Product color Black
Montaggio To be assembled
Material Metal
Short Description Ingo Maurer Koyoo LED rechargeable table lamp - Designer: Axel Schmid - 3 integrated LEDs with 3 brightness levels - USB-C cable 20 inches - With battery LiPo 3000 mAh - With 3 different circles of paper with a diameter of 69 inches included
Light bulb Included
Light bulb features LED 2.2W Max 240lmn 3000k CRI=90
Protection Degree Ip IP 20
Voltage 110-220 Volt
Dimension 34
Dimension 10
Height cm. 34
Width inch. 10
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"Ingo Maurer, a famous German designer and entrepreneur, founded his company in Munich in 1960. One of the first creations of the brand is the Bulb table lamp (1966), and over the years several designs will be added to the collection. of the Museum of Modern Art, New York Art: Gulp (1969), Light Structure (1970), Lucellino Wall, Zettel'z (1999), Campari Light (2002) and Porca Miseria (2003). His team is composed of 60 designers who transmit their lighting ideas in each creation. Since the mid-sixties, Ingo Maurer has been creating special lamps, lighting systems and unique pieces distributed around the world. There is a growing demand for exhibition assistance, planning, lighting planning and interior design."

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Naassau. He studied industrial design at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Kuenste Stuttgart. He graduated in 1997 and obtained a scholarship in Japan from the German Industrial Design Association (VDID). In 1998 he started working for Ingo Maurer in Monaco. He has held various workshops and taught at various design schools. He has received various awards, including the Bavarian State Awardn an award dedicated to young designers.

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