English designer Andrew Mitchell has created a new pendant lamp that is simple, elegant, and characterizes the iconic shape of the light bulb itself. “No 2” is a clear blown glass pendant suspended from a thin cord that attaches to the glass with metal wires.
The wires mirror the traditional filament used in an incandescent bulb, and the attachment to the cord feels like a vintage bulb socket. None of this however takes away from the lamps main purpose which is to celebrate the light itself. Your attention is drawn inside the glass sphere to the bulb, where it takes center stage.
Although…being an old curmudgeon…I kept thinking:
“How in the world do you keep that clean (dust free especially, with no cover over the opening)?”
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