Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp
  • Tom Dixon Melt

Tom Dixon Melt Surface Wall Lamp Chrome Sale

€540.00
€350.00
Availability if not in stock 3 to 4
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Squashed, squeezed, distorted and moulded into a flatter blob, Melt's extraordinary luminosity has found new applications on walls and ceiling. With its instantly recognisable metallised effect, this latest evolution of Melt is now destined to be mounted on any surface. The versatility of the new shade is further enhanced by the soft glow of a new bulb. Truly there is now a Melt for every occasion.

With Melt, the experiments in the technologically advanced field of vacuum metallisation take on a new

twist. Melt is a distorted lighting globe born from our collaboration with Swedish radical design collective

FRONT.

Available in Pendant and Surface light versions 

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Specifications

Material Polycarbonate

Bulb Spec E27 GLS 28W (max). Bulb not included.

Cable Spec N/A

Dimmability Mains dimmable (depending on lamp application).

Size Description

Depth 28cm/11in
Width 50cm/19.6in
Height 50cm/19.6in

 

  • Front

    Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren are the members of the Swedish design group Front. Their works are based on common discussions, explorations and experiments and they are all involved in the projects from initial ideas to the final product. Front's design objects often communicate a story to the observer about the design process, about the material it is made of or about conventions within the design field. In their work they have assigned part of the making of design to animals, computers or machines. They have made a constantly changing interior, created objects with explosions, robotic furniture and a range of furniture inspired by their fascination with magic.
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