Gallery: INTERVIEW: We Talk to Lumio Folding Book Lamp Creator Max Guna...

 

INHABITAT: What's next for you? Are you already coming up with ideas for your next project?

Max: Outside Lumio, I want to continue exploring the idea of transforming everyday objects with unexpected uses in other product categories. I’m very passionate about architecture and want to bring in a fresh new take on spatial design and buildings.

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  1. Heiko von Debschitz January 26, 2014 at 10:31 am

    I am not sure if at the time of the interview Marc Carter was aware that a lot of Kickstarter backers still have not received their Lumios. I am one of them. We backed the project and subsequently paid via Kickstarter in March last year and were originally promised delivery in September. The last public word coming from Max was his project update in Mid-October when he mentioned October 28 as the planned shipping date. Since then I and many others have been waiting patiently for our Lumios to arrive, or at least for some form of explanation why our products are not shipped to us. At the same time Max has gladly been accepting (and apparently even fulfilling!) orders from new customers worldwide through his company’s website. I am writing this on January 26. I find it difficult to read an article about Lumio’s success and Max praising his Kickstarter support without feeling very upset at the way so many of the project’s original backers are quite literally left in the dark!
    (Consult the Lumio project page on Kickstarter.com to read over 1000 comments from backers and Max’s responses — or lack thereof.)

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