Bulb Fiction consists of a hand-blown acid treated opal glass shade and an aluminium suspension with a soft, organic shape. The fixture creates the illusion of a classic incandescent bulb, hiding the low energy light source and ensures a comfortable, soft light. Used alone or in clusters, Bulb Fiction makes it possible to play with the design by tying knots in the cord or by gathering several lamps together to form a modern chandelier.
German 38(t) light tank, made in Czechoslovakia. The 1,414 Czech built 38(t)s were important in hiding the low production numbers of German built Panzer IIIs. The tank was well suited to Blitzkrieg tactics and was a very important contributor to German success in France in 1940.
McCormick spice plant: Though the company may be most recognizable to Marylanders as the producer of Old Bay, a spice popular in the region, it first rose to prominence as a tea producer. It expanded to include numerous spice products and, in 1990, acquired the Old Bay company, taking over as its manufacturer. Its processing plant at 414 Light Street was abandoned in 1989 and the building was razed, with the site currently operating as a parking lot. McCormick is now headquartered in Sparks.