With the Lucellino light, the bulb is the focus of the design, as it floats through the room like an illuminated bird. The name of the lamp is a word game and refers to its design: luce means light in the Italian language and uccellino means little bird.
Lucellino connects the well known bulb with wings and a construction that makes it float and offers dynamism to it. The wire frame from Lucellino is bendable, so that the lamp can be aligned individually. The design from the unusual table lamp from Ingo Maurer has its origin in the year 1992.
The table lamp Lucellino consists of glass, brass and synthetic. The handmade wings consist of real goose feathers. The wall lamp is not adapted to rooms with a high air humidity. The manufacturer Ingo Maurer suggests an illuminant E27, max. 230 Volt, max. 50 Watt.
The wall lamp Lucellino NT appears including an illuminant and an integrated low-voltage transformer.