Light, made in Vacuum Process
The Melt pendant lamp by Tom Dixon is a suspension lamp in the shape of a distorted globe produced in a vacuum process. The form of the luminaire is reminiscent of a bubble or a bubble in the water that could burst any second.
Translucent and Mirror-finished
Together with the design collective Front, Tom Dixon developed a light that is translucent when switched on and shows its mirror finish when switched off. Its internal luminosity is also visible in full daylight. The lampshade of the Melt light is made from polycarbonate with copper, chrome or gold plating.
The Melt Pendant Lamp by Tom Dixon is available in different versions in copper, silver and gold. A mini version of the luminaire is available as well.