Ingo Maurer started to design lighting systems and objects in the middle of 1960s. Beside the design of lamps for serial production, Ingo Maurer creates light installation for public spaces. In Munich, he created light installation at Westfriedhof subway station (1998) and the renovation and lighting concept for Muenchner Freiheit subway station. He realised an installation for a Issey Miyake fashion show in Paris (1999). Among his best-known designs are the winged bulb Lucellino (1992), Porca Miseria! (1994), a suspension lamp made with porcelain shards. In 2011 the redesign for the underground area of the U-Bahn public transport station Marienplatz in Munich, Germany, was awarded to Ingo Maurer together with Allmann Sattler Wappner. Ingo Maurer GmbH has two showrooms: in Munich and New York.