The major fixture in the entryway was one of Hagin's "Wouldn't it be cool if..." ideas called The S-Curve. She originally sketched out the design on a napkin. While her original design had a metal curve winding around two drum shades, a change was made to fit this site. "Because this was for a hallway that leads down to a common area, we needed it to be a dramatic piece," Hagin explains. In this entryway, the six pendants provide more drama and lend a rhythm to a space meant to be moved through. At 68" long, the S-Curve ($3,480) is rather heavy, but Policky's knack for physics allows it to hang from the center of the piece without wobbling. Two extra hanging points eliminate spinning.