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Tom Dixon presents at the London Design Festival a new addition to the Plane collection, where a confident use of simple geometric shapes creates a minimal, sculptural aesthetic.
The Plane chandelier, presented by Tom Dixon at London Design Festival, is a brass-plated statement chandelier comprising of 18 double-layered white glass spheres distributed over three tiers.
This space-filling classic chandelier creates a dramatic feature in any hotel lobby, dining room or restaurant.
The designer explains: “Geometry is a constant in the work. The flat and the round, the shiny and the matt, the reflective and the translucent is just part of the exploration of opposites that we started a couple of years ago”.
In September Dixon launched also an addition to the Beat family, inspired by the sculptural simplicity of traditional water vessels used in India. Made from spun brass, the Beat wall light incorporates the familiar hand-beaten shade with a solid brass dimmer dial.
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