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" Pendant lamp Ingo Maurer Zettel'z Viva l'Italia!


Pendant lamp Ingo Maurer Zettel'z Viva l'Italia!

Brand: Ingo Maurer
Designer: Ingo Maurer & Team

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Ingo Maurer has re-invented the classic Zettel'z Chandelier with this super-pop-art chandelier that pays tribute to the arts and culture of Italy. Zettel'z Viva i'Italia by Ingo Maurer is a limited new edition of Zettel'z 5 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Italian reunification. One of the things that can make every Italian proud of its origins is certainly art, film, literature and product design. The Ingo Maurer Zettel'z Viva l'Italia! Chandelier is a photographic tribute to those Italian maestros. This chandelier is composed of Japanese paper, stainless steel, heat-resistant glass. The drawings are printed on Japon (Japanese Rice Paper). Ingo Maurer Zettel'z Viva l'Italia! Chandelier is perfectly sized for most applications including the dining room, living room or home office. Zettel'z Viva l'Italia! is a wonderful composition of art, sculpture, and light! Unlike the Zettel'z series where the user can include their own art; the Zettel'z Viva l'Italia! edition accommodates 80 pre-printed paper sheets. Ingo Maurer uses this Japanese paper as a translucent medium. The 40 printed sheets display some of the greatest achievements of Italy. Each paper is individually attached to a thin wire by clips. The result is a unique artistic light fixture that emits direct and diffused light depending on the arrangement of the paper. The design artfully combines the poetic approach to lighting design that Ingo Maurer is famous for. The Ingo Maurer Zettel'z Viva l'Italia! Chandelier is a beautiful light fixture for any type of interior style. This showstopper-of-a-lamp is a real conversation piece.

Pendant lamp
Light source: Max 250 W + max. 75 W - Halogen - E27 - 2800/2900 K - 4200/650 lm - 2000/2000 h  -CRI 100 - EEC A++–E (incl. EEC C/D)
Material: Japanese paper - Stainless steel - Heat-resistant satin-frosted glass
Dimensions: ø 120 x H 120 cm / ø 47.24” x H 47.24”

Additional Information

Additional Information

Dimensions ø 120 x H 120 cm / ø 47.24” x H 47.24”
Material Paper, Stainless Steel, Glass
Country of Manufacture Germany


Ingo Maurer

Ingo Maurer

German industrial designer Ingo Maurer has been lighting up the world since 1963 with the creation of his first company, Design M, later transformed into the name of the creator. Bulb, one of his very first designs, was included in MoMA’s design collection, and in 1989 for the first time, Ingo Maurer created lighting, which was not meant for serial production, for a retrospective of his work at the Cartier Foundation in Paris entitled: Light Chance Reflection. The winged light bulb, Lucellino, is probably one of his best-loved creations, and since the early 1980s, Ingo Maurer has been working with young designers and developers. Transforming light into art like the Karat Blau Suspension is yet another way Ingo Maurer introduces a masterpiece into the home.
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Ingo Maurer & Team

Ingo Maurer & Team

Ingo Maurer (born May 12, 1932) is a German industrial designer who specialises in the design of lamps and light installations. Ingo Maurer is the son of a fisherman and grew up on the island Reichenau in Lake of Constance with four siblings. After an apprenticeship as typesetter, he studied graphic design in Munich, Germany. 1960 Maurer left Germany for the USA, where he worked in New York and San Francisco as a freelance graphic designer. In 1963, he moved back to Germany, and founded Design M, a company developing and manufacturing lamps after his own designs. The company was later renamed to "Ingo Maurer GmbH". One of his first designs, «Bulb» (1969) has been included in the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art in 1969.
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