Void Suspension Light - Steel

$585.00
Designed by:  Tom Dixon
Manufactured by:  Tom Dixon

Inspired by the shape of vacuum flasks in finishes that visually allude to Olympic medals, the Void Pendant Light is composed of solid sheets of brass, stainless, or copper that have been pressed and brazed to create a curved, complex double-walled shade.  The resulting form has a hollow interior – quite literally, a “void.”  Each Void Pendant Light is hand polished to a mirror finish and a clear coat of lacquer is applied to prevent any oxidation to the metal’s surface.  A small but powerful halogen bulb deep inside the lamp creates a soft but directional beam.  Manufactured by Tom Dixon.

Designed in 2009.

Overall Dimensions:  11.8” diameter, 6.1” height plus 98” cord
Canopy Dimensions:  4.9” diameter
Bulb Information:  (1) 25 watt G9 frosted halogen bulb (not included)

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Designed by:  Tom Dixon
Manufactured by:  Tom Dixon

Inspired by the shape of vacuum flasks in finishes that visually allude to Olympic medals, the Void Pendant Light is composed of solid sheets of brass, stainless, or copper that have been pressed and brazed to create a curved, complex double-walled shade.  The resulting form has a hollow interior – quite literally, a “void.”  Each Void Pendant Light is hand polished to a mirror finish and a clear coat of lacquer is applied to prevent any oxidation to the metal’s surface.  A small but powerful halogen bulb deep inside the lamp creates a soft but directional beam.  Manufactured by Tom Dixon.

Designed in 2009.

Overall Dimensions:  11.8” diameter, 6.1” height plus 98” cord
Canopy Dimensions:  4.9” diameter
Bulb Information:  (1) 25 watt G9 frosted halogen bulb (not included)

Tom Dixon

Tom Dixon started receiving critical acclaim in the mid 1980s for his furniture designs - by the late 1980s, his designs were being produced by Italian manufacturer, Cappellini.  In the 1990s, he founded Eurolounge and unveiled his hugely successful iconic Jack “sitting, stacking, lighting thing” in 1997.  The following year, he joined Terence Conran’s Habitat, where he remained as its Creative Director for a decade.  In 2002, Dixon launched his namesake brand that produces an ever-expanding collection of furniture, lighting, and accessories including now iconic pieces like Mirror Ball, Copper Shade, Wingback Chair, and Beat Light.  Dixon’s designs have received numerous awards and are included in the permanent collections of museums worldwide including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Museum of Modern Art, New York; and Centre Pompidou, Paris. The designer has also created a number of engaging interiors through the Tom Dixon brand subsidiary, Design Research Studio.