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91062 Tom Dixon MELT CONE FAT Floor lamp
91062 Tom Dixon MELT CONE FAT Floor lamp
91062 Tom Dixon MELT CONE FAT Floor lamp
91062 Tom Dixon MELT CONE FAT Floor lamp


Floor lamp

Steel base and polycarbonate shade. Design by Tom Dixon. 6W LED light source included. Energy class A to A ++.

The entire Tom Dixon collection can be ordered in our physical stores.

REF. 91062

Diam.50 x H.174cm

Promotion - 20% discount from 17-06-2024 through 31-07-2024

Regular price €2.598,00 €2.078,00
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The obsession of creating an imperfect, organic and naturalistic lighting object.

Opal is a custom recipe of tinted white opalescent polycarbonate. Semi translucent, it maintains an ethereal ghostliness in the daylight and at night forms a perfectly illuminated orb. Opal is the latest finish to join the best- selling MELT collection.

The MELT Opal fitting comes with a standard light setting (3000K), which mimics bright daylight. There is also a warmer softer glow (2700K) LED that  can be ordered as an additional accessory. 

Tom Dixon, even without a formal education, is definitely one of the most important names in British design.

Whether as the owner of a store that sold not only emerging and experimental brand objects such as Droog and Inflate but also his own production, or later as Head of the Design Department and later Creative Director of Habitat, Tom Dixon demonstrates not only a keen talent and aesthetic sense but also a strong commercial instinct, a rare mixture in the world of design, and which inevitably leads to the foundation in 2002 of the brand with its name, and which created instant classics such as the Mirror Ball and Beat Light lamps.

With an exclusively British soul and never forgetting its values and traditions, Tom Dixon and its Design Research Studio are committed to innovation, through the production of extraordinary objects for everyday use.

These masterfully designed and produced objects populate some of the best known hotels and restaurants, but also shops and private residences.