Lamp made in a vacuum process
The Melt pendant lamp by Tom Dixon is a pendant lamp in the shape of a distorted globe that is produced in a vacuum process. The shape of the lamp is reminiscent of a soap bubble or an air bubble in water that could burst at any moment.
Translucent and mirrored
Together with the design collective Front, Tom Dixon has developed a luminaire that lets the light shine through when it is in use and has a mirror surface when it is switched off. Its inner luminosity is visible even in full daylight. The lampshade of the Melt lamp is made of polycarbonate with a copper, chrome or gold coating.
The Melt pendant lamp by Tom Dixon is available in different versions with coatings of copper, silver and gold. A mini version of the light is also available. In the LED versions, the LED ring is integrated into the inside of the lamp.