The Orient P2 pendant lamp looks like a bulb of garlic. The organic shape that bulges out at the bottom might bring this kitchen staple to mind, but thankfully the Orient P2 lamp doesn't bring its scent to people's noses. Not to mention that it is much more sleek and contemporary than a rustic interpretation of such a food might constitute.
Originally designed back in 1963 by Jo Hammerborg, the Orient P2 pendant lamp is seeing a comeback in copper thanks to Lightyears. Not only does it shed a warm glow from below, it boasts cutouts on the top that projects an interesting pattern on the walls surrounding it. Overall, the retro-mod design is quite fetching.
Garlic Bulb-Like Lighting
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