Lamps That Reflect The Manufacturing Process
Tom Dixon's latest lamps are interesting because the design company has left in marks made by the manufacturing process.
Tom Dixon’s latest lamps are interesting because the design company has left in marks made by the manufacturing process that would normally be removed. Made from heavy weight, extra thick pressed glass, the Bead and Top pendant lights were inspired by solid globules of glass that come from the furnace ready to be blown. They each bear the “unique marks” of the manufacturing process. It’s pretty subtle but it’s still an interesting direction.
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