Galgen, that means gallows in German, is probably one of the most rare and least known of Ingo Maurer’s lamps. Of course it resembles a Japanese lantern because it is manufactured in paper. Ingo Maurer’s design and overall conception makes it a completely different object. Each paper disc is arranged on a stem that is adjustable in height. The light bulb is kept at a distance from the paper by a system that already in 1981 demonstrated the author’s ingenuity. Patinated steel with a lampshade in Ami-Kami paper. Design M labels on each model.