Mirror Ball Pendant Light

Designed by Tom Dixon

Made in Germany

One of the most identifiable Tom Dixon products, Mirror Ball Pendant is inspired by the famous space helmet, and by disco balls. Mirror Ball is lightweight yet robust and reflects its environment, projecting downward ambient light. Available in the original chrome finish, and in gold, with two different designs; pendant and tripod stand, this versatile collection offers a lamp for every function.

  • Three sizes
  • Two color options

Countless options available. Contact us.

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tom dixon mirror ball pendant lights in situ
tom dixon mirror ball pendant lights in situ
tom dixon mirror ball pendant light in situ
tom dixon mirror ball pendant lights in situ
tom dixon mirror ball pendant lights in situ

Overview

The aim of the Mirror Ball pendant light by Tom Dixon was to produce a completely spherical, highly mirrored object that would disappear into its surroundings. Instead, it does the opposite and is an ultra visible, highly reflective object that mirrors its environment. Proof that sometimes your biggest failure is your biggest success.

Mirror Ball is formed using a technically advanced process of vacuum metallization. The process involves vaporizing a small amount of pure metal at a very high temperature and then sucking it onto a surface by applying an electrical charge.

Details

  • Polycarbonate material
  • Polished finish in Chrome or Gold
  • Dome shape ceiling rose in matching finish
  • Clear cable
  • Cable length 250cm/98.4″
  • Bulb included
  • Dimmable
  • Warranty 3 years
  • Three size options: 25 cm, 40 cm, 50 cm

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About Tom Dixon

Founded in 2002 in London with the lofty goal of reviving the British furniture industry, Tom Dixon has established itself as a luxury design brand specializing in furniture, lighting, and accessories. Tom Dixon products are internationally recognized and appreciated for their pioneering use of techniques and materials—copper, in particular.

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