The designer of the Swarm Lamp suggests that the graceful piece is "so organic that it could have been designed by nature itself." Many would completely agree that the elegant silhouettes made by the fusion of the two primary components bears a beautiful resemblance to bees.
Wooden fixtures form the bodies of the peculiar pendant lamps, carved to take bulbous shapes with pointed tips that are reminiscent of stingers. The round Bulbrite lightbulbs are fastened to the timber parts at a downward angle, expressing the illusion of weight and acting as the head of the wasp.
The gorgeous light sources have special wrapped filaments that have a brilliant threaded appearance. On its own or in clusters, the Swarm Lamp by Jangir Maddadi suspends from its slumping black cord and a barely visible metal wire that enables you to adjust its angle.