Spotted! Take It Away Lamp



Designer Larry Peh brings fun and innovation to everyday items. For his Take It Away lamp, Larry was inspired by the disposable take-out cups from neighborhood coffee shops. Made out of carefully selected fabrics and lined with satin, these stylish lamps can be hung from ceilings, on walls or even stand freely on the floor.

“Local coffee shop culture has inspired us through the brilliant and economical ‘take-out handles’ used with disposable cups. The Take It Away lamp makes the humble ‘take-away’ cups worthy of a second look,” says Larry.


A graphic design graduate from Temasek Polytechnic, Larry had previously worked at Men’s Folio magazine and Design Asylum, co-founded Neighbor Studio before setting up his own creative studio &Larry in November 2005.

“The formation of &Larry is the culmination of a dream for greater collaboration with people who, regardless of the fields they may be in, wish to pursue and realise designs that are honest and functional in nature, and not merely artifacts made simply to impress and thrill.”

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