Sirshasana—the olive tree-inspired sculptural chandelier hanging above the entrance to the Grand Central Market—was influenced by by Greek and Hindu lore. Its artist Donald Lipski said that the olive tree represents "freedom and purity," and allows the sun to "flood the market with light." As if the breadth of shops and wares wasn't enough to entice you to visit the Grand Central Market, you can hang out underneath a unique sculpture with 5000 crystal pendants.