Dear Ingo Suspended Lamp
Using the familiar form of the classic task lamp as a building block, Ron Gilad created an object that seems so familiar yet is so imaginative, and begs to be played with. This concept was developed into a versatile ever-changing chandelier, with structural flexibility that is a constant challenge to the viewer's perception. The chandelier is a humorous wink to Mr. Maurer's work.
The 16 task lamps can be placed in various positions- keep them all uniformly extended or in close, move one out place and bring a little chaos to order, move them all out of place, the variations are endless. Provides ambient, accent and of course- task illumination.
- Year of design: 2003
- Additional: The Dear Ingo is now officially part of the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago
- Care is required when arranging the task lamp composition
- Direct the spots in the most functional crooked way or find your optimum balance
- UL Listed
- Available in Black or White color
Cleaning Instructions:The Dear Ingo can be cleaned effectively using a regular household dust cloth or feather duster. Lightly dust over each task lamp whilst it is not illuminated.