Here Comes The Sun Pendant Light was first released back in 1969. Bertrand Balas, a French architect born in 1935, created the Here Comes the Sun Pendant Lamp and released it about the same time as ‘Here comes the sun’ written by George Harrison. It was ironic that intention of Bertrand Balas and a member of Beatles thought the same. In the spring of 1969, tension within the band was quite high and while walking in Eric Clapton’s garden, George Harrison wrote the song inspired by the feeling of the summer sun’s rays. The song was later released prior to Bertrand Balas prompting him to change its name. The Beatles’ song and Bertrand Balas’s lamp should ‘Come Together’, another song by a member of Beatles, John Lennon. Like the song, boiling down to your emotion and mood, the Here Comes The Sun Pendant Light could represent a sun rising, the sunset or moonlight. This 1970’s retro designer light is well suited for cafés, restaurants and any home environment alike. To find out more about a particular designer lighting collections from yesteryear or series, custom lengths, styles, colours, shape and sizes, or ETA, do not hesitate to send us an enquiry from our online contact page.
Designer: Bertrand Balas
Material: Metal & Aluminium
Colour: Matte Black & Copper Gold
Other Colours: Matte White available on pre-order
Dimension S: Ø 25cm H 24cm
Dimension L: Ø 35cm H 33cm
Bulb: 1 x E27 LED Compatible
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Replica Here Comes The Sun Light is not an original piece and NOT made or manufactured by affiliated or associated with, the original manufacturers, brands or designers. This 70’s designer pendant light is a faithful reproduction of the original design.