1960s style: Tom Dixon Bell list lamp
August 20, 2014 - table lamp
Presumably though intending to, Tom Dixon has a ability to emanate designs that will fit in both a contemporary room and a retro setting. Designs like this Tom Dixon Bell list lamp.
It’s a complicated piece, though we maybe wouldn’t be astounded if we flagged this adult as a 1960s design. It has that Panton-esque feel about it. If that’s not enough, a flare is done of chrome-plated pulpy steel, formulating a mirrored / contemplative effect, permitting it to take on a ‘tone and characteristics’ of a surroundings.
Not inexpensive during £420, though a destiny classical for sure.
Find out some-more during a John Lewis website
Update: There are also roof and building versions of a pattern during a Tom Dixon website.
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