28
Mar

Ingo Maurer Jetzt LED Table Lamp

I just read that the witty little LED table lamp, Jetzt, designed by Axel Schmid in 2009 for Ingo Maurer, has been selected for the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent design collection.
Congratulations Team Ingo Maurer!

The Jetzt LED desk lamp was designed by Axel Schmid in 2009 for Ingo Maurer.
This unique little LED desk lamp has been selected for the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent design collection.
The body of Jetzt (“now” in German) is lasered out of a single, cut and bent strip of anodized aluminum.
The body also acts as a heat sink for the 2 LEDs which give off 9 watts of warm white light.
Jetzt uses the world’s first high voltage LED, so there’s no need for a transformer. To be able to run these without housing and still achieve the safety standard of the German TUV, the LEDs are cast into transparent plastic. This light block is glued to an anodized aluminum structure. This also guarantees a sufficient cooling effect.

Anodized aluminum in blue, black or orange. Cable in matching color with switch.
Height ca. 14″

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