Lamp Made in a Vacuum Process
The Melt floor lamp by Tom Dixon is a lamp in the shape of a distorted globe, which was produced with the help of vacuum processing. As the name ‘melt’ already suggests, the shape reminds of melting metal or a bubble that is about to burst any second.
Translucent and Mirror Finished
Together with the design collective Front, Tom Dixon has 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 luminaire is made from polycarbonate with a very thin copper coating that reflects the room with an fish eye effect. The lamp shade is height-adjustable.
Whether next to the sofa in the living room, as soft lighting in the bedroom or entrance lighting in the hallway: The diffuser gives warm light that covers every room in a pleasant atmosphere. Not only as a light-giving lamp, but also as a stylish decorative element does the Melt Floor Lamp set aesthetic accents that enhance any interior setting.