Void is a lamp series from Tom Dixon. The name says it all about Void, translated it means “cavity”. Actually the lamps consist of a double-walled metal-screen inspired by the insulated flask principle.
The stainless steel, brass and copper lamp reminds of golden, silver and bronce Olympia medals because of its colour. The mystic light object runs with a powerful halogen bulb (G9) that is focused to a beam because of the deepened form of the lamp screen.
The Void pendant lamps are manufactured in an elaborated process. The single sheets are pressed, punched and heated so that a double-walled screen emerges. Afterwards the screen is hand-polished and bright-lacquered to preserve the special gloss-effect.
Only a dry cloth has to be used for the cleaning process. Please don't use water or detergents.
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