Metal in Extravagant Forms
Shimmering metal and extravagant, geometric shapes characterize the style of British designer Tom Dixon. The Etch Web pendant lamp is also designed in this way. It consists of hexagonal sections made from razor thin digitally etched metal sheets that together create a spherical net-like structure. When lit, angular shadows are cast through the net.
Exceptional Manufacturing Method
The differently sized spaces in the Etch lamp almost look like they were grown naturally. Its extraordinary appearance is created by an equally extraordinary production method: Tom Dixon used an industrial production method, which is usually meant for the production of small electrical parts. This method allowed the designer to cut extremely fine and delicate frames and structures into the 0.4mm thick metal.
The Etch web pendant lamp by Tom Dixon is made of various metals. Upon request, Tom Dixon's Etch is also available as a tea strainer. Matching the Etch pendulum light, there is also an Etch Tealight Holder - together they guarantee interesting light effects in every room.