Designed by Tom Dixon, this cast iron light is inspired by the materials and processes employed during the Industrial Revolution. It references the robust components used to build the bridges and engines of the Victorian era through its solid, durable and tactile quality. Made from sand cast iron, the Lean Table lamp has a hollow rounded base with slender arm. Small but tough, minimal yet expressive. Available in black finish or red high-gloss powder coat.
Lighting designer Tom Dixon released this pendant lamp in 2006 at the Milan Furniture Fair. The shade is constructed of plastic polycarbonate and sheathed in a mirror-like copper finish.
The design and inception of the Beat Lights originated from a field trip to India on which Tom Dixon took his Royal College students. This light was inspired by the shapes of traditional Indian water vessels seen on this trek.
- The use of mirrors and mirrored surfaces to add dimension and create a visual illusion of space is a tried-and-true trick of the trade in interior design.
A hand-blown glass diffuser hangs from a chrome-plated steel stem and base in this truly one-of-a-kind design by Ernesto Gismondi for Artemide.
A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947. These famous lamps are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Designed by Ferran Freixa, fine strips of poplar wood are woven together to create a framework which constitutes the shade. The shade is supported by two metal circles allowing light to shine towards the ceiling and floor.
Designed by a mathematics professor, the Raimond Suspension lamp by Moooi is a sphere created from a series of triangular shapes. The intricate frames are joined at LED terminals. The electrical current is transported through the stainless spring steel frame.