A strange light – and one that doesn't come cheap – but there's no denying that the Piet Hein Sinus 330D table light is a stunning piece of midcentury Scandinavian design.
Originally designed in 1967, the Sinus 330D was originally produced in plastic, but didn't quite match up the designer's high standards. It was remade in glass, which is the version back on the market today.
Specifically, this flying saucer-like design has a shade in handblown glass, with a brushed steel frame and red contrasting cord. All of that will set you back a whopping £1,100.