Planned by Alvar Aalto the Beehive lamp was first presented in the year 1953. Accessible in dark or white varieties the light is made of a blend of glass and metal. Enlivened by the state of a colony of bees the light looks exquisite and great to fit anyplace. The beehive lamp utilizes five different interlocked conceals which assists the light with diffusing and presents a magnificent impact of lighting. Dangling from a highlight the light can create a warm sparkle. This makes the beehive lamp a long-lasting thing that you can brandish in the focal point of your lounge. An exemplary illustration of humanist innovation the beehive lamp is a wonderful plan which centers around usefulness too. Thoroughly following its unique plan the beehive lamp looks as near a bee colony as could really be expected and once in your home it conjures nature's decency as close as could really be expected.