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Sculptor and artist E.R. Nele is famous for her giant public sculptures such as Die Rampe.
Her father was Arnold Bode, the founder of the documenta exhibition in Kassel. He also designed the iF logo in 1962.
In the 1960s and 1970s, E.R. Nele designed a number of award-winning lamps and lights for German manufacturers. Here is a small selection of her works.