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Ingo Maurer Willydilly

Ingo Maurer Willydilly

New Ingo Maurer Wall Light- 7 Off The Wall.

New Ingo Maurer Wall Light- 7 Off The Wall.

ManOMan - Ingo Maurer - 2011

ManOMan - Ingo Maurer - 2011

Schlitz - Produkte - Ingo Maurer GmbH

Schlitz - Produkte - Ingo Maurer GmbH

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Tech Lighting’s Kiev is a twist of antique and modern style.  It is defined by its turned ornate glass fount and gracefully tapered fabric shade.  This piece’s antique charm adds a unique element to any space.  It is available in black, brown, and white color options.  The fount is offered in clear, frost, or smoke color options.  www.luxurylightingdirect.com

Tech Lighting’s Kiev is a twist of antique and modern style. It is defined by its turned ornate glass fount and gracefully tapered fabric shade. This piece’s antique charm adds a unique element to any space. It is available in black, brown, and white color options. The fount is offered in clear, frost, or smoke color options. www.luxurylightingdirect.com

The dissection of a chair, cutting away all the ballast material. What is left is BONE, a chair’s skeleton. JDS Architects

The dissection of a chair, cutting away all the ballast material. What is left is BONE, a chair’s skeleton. JDS Architects

Ingo Maurer Porto Miseria fixture...beautiful!    The  Porca Miseria by Ingo Maurer is a  spectacular chandelier of broken dishes and silverware suspended in mid-air like a slow motion explosion.  The name roughly translates to “What bad luck!”, which was the spontaneous reaction of one of the first people who saw the piece in Milan. That very fitting name stuck.  Here it’s drama is off-set by  the comfortable  surroundings of the old house that houses Ingo Maurer Studiowerkstaetten in…

Ingo Maurer Porto Miseria fixture...beautiful! The Porca Miseria by Ingo Maurer is a spectacular chandelier of broken dishes and silverware suspended in mid-air like a slow motion explosion. The name roughly translates to “What bad luck!”, which was the spontaneous reaction of one of the first people who saw the piece in Milan. That very fitting name stuck. Here it’s drama is off-set by the comfortable surroundings of the old house that houses Ingo Maurer Studiowerkstaetten in…

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konstantin-grcic

GUNS LOUNGE by Philippe Starck | Contemporary Designer Lighting by FLOS

GUNS LOUNGE by Philippe Starck | Contemporary Designer Lighting by FLOS

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