Inspiring offerings: Tom Dixon’s material-inspired lighting

Tom Dixon lighting

Introducing Tom Dixon’s lighting collection inspired by their namesakes. Materials from which they are made include marble, wood and plastic, glass, iron, brass and copper.

“Curve” is a new geometrical light of thin sheet etched metal fabrication. With its microscopic precision-pierced surface and soft nickel silver coating, Curve internally reflects and emits a filtered glow of light. The Curve pendant ball measures 32cm; 45cm portrait.

“Fade,” a blow molded polycarbonate light cannon, has a teardrop shape. The metalized finish graduates from completely reflective to transparent in an even fade along the body of the light.

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Inspired by the geometry of chemical laboratory glassware, “Flask” is made of black glass finished in the iridescent color.

Lastly, “Etch” is a mini chandelier in a choice of brass or soft silver.

British design company Tom Dixon was founded in 2002. Its products are sold in more than 60 countries.

Tom Dixon lighting

Tom Dixon lighting

Tom Dixon lighting

Tom Dixon lighting

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