With Lucellino, Ingo Maurer turns the light bulb into a flying creature. As is so often the case with Ingo Maurer, the bulb stands in the centre of the design, letting it float through the room like a glowing angel.
Lucellino combines the classic bulb with wings and a construction that lets it fly and gives it dynamic. The Lucellino wire framework is bendable so that the lamp can be adjusted freely. The design of the unusual table lamp by Ingo Maurer dates back to the year 1992. The name Lucellino is a pun and refers to the table lamp’s design: Luce means light in Italian, and uccellino means little bird.
The Lucellino table lamp consists of glass, brass and plastic. The wings are handmade from goose feathers. The Lucellino delivery package includes two bulbs. The table lamp is not suitable for rooms with high humidity. Manufacturer Ingo Maurer recommends a halogen illuminant of max. 230 volt and max. 35 watt for operating Lucellino.
Lucellino is also available with touch-tronic instead of the electric transformer with slide control.