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Tom Dixon's Copper Shade is a lesson in elegance using form and purity of materials. I also like how he's taken an old world material traditionally used for cookware, and applied it to this thoroughly modern application - pendant lighting. #TomDixon #CopperShade
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Tom Dixon collaborated with design collective FRONT to create MELT, a new distorted globe light made from blown-glass. Translucent when on and mirror-finish when off, it emits an attractive, mildly hallucinogenic light. Hang as a standalone statement pendant or a few together to create a striking centre-piece for any room. Available in copper, chrome and gold.
Dining Room : Hay Loop Table, Tom Dixon Beat Light, Eames DWW Chairs, Andy Warhol Poster from Moderna Museet Stockholm, Sign from Grandma Gothenburg, Pillows from Lagerhaus and IKEA
Tom Dixon's new furniture and lighting design collection
Mondrian London Hotel Interiors by Tom Dixon #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk
A collection of Dixon's new gold pendants hangs in the Bar Club. Courtesy of: Aravec Clarke
Elegant dining area, pendants by Tom Dixon. Via Côté Maison. Photo by Jean-Marc Palisse.
Tom Dixon Copper Shade from the Melt family Lamp (free-form polycarbonate sculptural shade, squashed and stretched) : at Azul Tierra, Barcelona. Photo @patriziacasarini