Here Comes The Sun Black & Copper

Here Comes The Sun Black & Copper

$345
$345

Inspired by the rising sun, Toulouse-born architect Bertrand Balas designed the Here Comes The Sun in 1970, recalling the sun setting over the Garonne river. At first glance, this original design is like all the other lamps that get called an ‘original’. But once lit, the hanging lamp takes on a magical quality. Darkness loses its rawness and metamorphoses into something reassuring. Hung as a single focal point or in cluster, the Here Comes the Sun pendant is magical when illuminated and imparts a soft, warm glow to any space that it is placed in, evoking an image of the very thing it seeks to represent.

Manufactured by DCW Editions, France

Dimensions 

Mini:  Ø10 cm

Extra Small:  Ø17.5 cm

Small:  Ø25 cm

Medium: Ø35 cm

This item is currently on backorder.
Estimated lead time: 10-14 Weeks
DCW éditions is a french company, founded in 2008 by Philippe Cazer and Frédéric Winkler. They first produced the Lampe Gras, created in 1921 by the inventor Bernard-Albon Gras, first articulated lamp of the history, much lauded at the time by Le Corbusier.
 
2013 saw them bring out the Mantis lamps of British designer Bernard Schottlander. The Mantis were created in 1951 as an homage to Alexander Calder. DCW Éditions then released the singular Here Comes the Sun, designed by Bertrand Balas in 1970.
 
As the past is nothing without the future, DCW innovated by editing for instance In the Tube, specially designed by world renowned architect Dominique Perrault and his partner Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost.
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