The lighting collection Beat Light is a true icon - often copied but never surpassed, because behind Beat Light there is careful manual work and traditional Indian craftsmanship - the fine dents on the inside of the shade testify to the hammer blows that have been used to sculpt each shade into its beautiful form.
The Melt lights have quickly acquired the status of design classics. The idea behind the extraordinary design is a reflective metallized plastic shade that becomes transparent when switched on and takes on the appearance of glowing, melting metal. The collection was created in cooperation with the Swedish design studio Front.
The Mirror Ball and Copper collections convince with perfectly spherical shades, whose shiny, metallized surface reflects the surroundings. Originally, Tom Dixon wanted to ensure that the Mirror Ball lamp disappears discreetly in the room, but the effect achieved is the exact opposite: with its elegant sheen and lively reflections, the lamps draw everyone's attention.
The pendant lights of the Etch collection are a special eye-catcher. Here, the diffuser consists of several metal plates, which are pierced with fine perforated patterns. Basic geometric principles result in a design that appears mysterious and seductive, and conjures up unique lighting effects in the room.
The Wingback armchair is another icon, a modern variant of the classic wing chair. Its high, boldly curved backrest is a strong design statement, a silhouette with the greatest recognition value.
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More about the brand Tom Dixon
The British design brand is known for exceptional lights, furniture and home accessories that move stylistically between British aristocratic glamor and casual punk rock.
The company was founded in 2002 by the artist and designer Tom Dixon and produces lamps, tables and seating furniture in particular, but also smaller furnishings and accessories and even perfumes.
Tom Dixon himself is the brand's creative director and main designer. Its unmistakable style characterizes the entire range, from large pieces of furniture to small candlesticks.
Lamps and furniture from Tom Dixon often work with precious materials or refined surfaces, and bring glamor and an aristocratic touch to any environment. The artistic vocabulary includes borrowings from British tradition and classic English design, as well as archetypal, heavy forms and time and again metal - also in the form of metallized plastic, which allows special shapes and lighting effects. Glass and marble are also often and always used effectively. Innovation goes hand in hand with traditional manufacturing methods, especially in metal processing.
Tom Dixon lights are icons that can be found in many restaurants and shops. Whenever it comes to precious precious metal optics and mysterious shimmering light, Tom Dixon is the first choice.