Lamps are so often paired up, on a set of nightstands, flanking a fireplace, framing a mirror, or on each end of a sofa or sideboard. Design-wise, it's what we expect. And there's no doubt that it works. But when a space offers the opportunity for more light, like over an island, a sink, a table, or a bed, and the designer takes that opportunity by adding three matching lights instead of the standard two, it's surprising and statement-making. Not to mention functional. Shedding more light on the matter is always a good thing.
via design manifest