DCW Éditions Here Comes the Sun Pendant
The Here Comes the Sun Pendant (1969) was designed by French architect Bertrand Balas. When turned on, this pendant is transformed into a magical object that looks like the sun or moon rising. Its name is a playful nod to George Harrison’s song for the Beatles, for which he wrote the lyrics, "Little darling, it’s been a long cold lonely winter. / Little darling, it feels like years since it’s been here. / Here comes the sun." This orb-shaped piece casts direct light downward and glare-free diffused light outward in all directions. Can be used individually or grouped in clusters.
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