The conical pendant lamps were designed specifically for La Petite Bretagne in west London, but Paul Crofts decided to start producing them separately after a reader called them "amazing".
"It was actually from the comments made on Dezeen when the La Petite Bretagne was published that convinced me to invest personally and put the three lights into production," Crofts told Dezeen.
The three Nonla lights are named after the Vietnamese word for traditional Asian hats of the same shape.
Each has a different angled profile and can be displayed individually or as a set.
They are made from powder-coated spun aluminium with a CNC turned and routed American white oak top.
The lamps also hang in another London cafe by Paul Crofts Studio that's covered in chevron motifs.
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