Melt Pendant Light by Tom Dixon & FRONT

March 20th, 2015 by retail design blog

Tom Dixon collaborated with design collective FRONT to create MELT, a new distorted globe light made from blown-glass, that will be launched at designjuntion edit during the Milan Design Week in April.


MELT is a beautifully distorted lighting globe that creates a mesmerizing melting hot blown glass effect. Translucent when on and mirror-finish when off, it emits an attractive, mildly hallucinogenic light. Hang as a standalone statement pendant or a few together to create a striking centre-piece for any room. Available in copper, chrome and gold.

Design: Tom Dixon / FRONT
Photography: Peer Lindgreen


via Contemporist

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