Beat Pendant Light
StoutProduction time: 6/7 Weeks
Price € 1.257,00Production time: 6/7 Weeks
The Beat lamp collection is now known as a recognizable element in homes, restaurants and hotels around the world thanks to its minimal and highly expressive style, capable of maximizing the use of materials. The original design was born from the sculptural simplicity of the brass casseroles and traditional containers for the water of the subcontinent. In the different versions Wide, Fat, Tall, Stout, Flat and Waist Beat, it always manages to stand out in the range of choices for home lighting. In turn, the collection offers proposals for table, pendant, floor and more lighting. The craftsmanship quality affixed to each product also marks the enormous design quality of Tom Dixon.
Ø 52 x H.50 cm
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Suggested versions (5)
Fat Beat Pendant Light
Tall Beat Pendant Light
Wide Beat Pendant Light
Flat Beat Pendant Light
Stout Beat Pendant Light
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Tom Dixon is one of the most important living British designers and his namesake brand offers all the best of his production, from furniture to lamps, through a wide selection of accessories. Dense with post-industrial suggestions, its unmistakable style transforms every object into a real sculpture, enriched by a clever use of innovative materials and finishes. In the Tom Dixon production, a bold design mixes with traditional production techniques revisited in a creative way, leading to the creation of unique products with a strong personality. The Tom Dixon catalog is organized around three large poles: a collection of furniture, centered in particular on tables, chairs and armchairs, one dedicated to lighting and another related to the objects.Read more
Tom Dixon (1959-) is one of the most famous and appreciated contemporary British designers. Born in Tunisia and moved to the UK at an early age, he did a variety of jobs in his youth, from nightclub promoter to bassist in a punk band. Passionate about motorcycles, he learned the techniques of welding in order to carry out the repairs himself, and from there he became interested in Ron Arad's design experiments with metal, which brought him closer to the London underground art and design circles. Like Arad, his first works centered around the use of metallic materials and were based on a post-industrial and recycled aesthetic. At the beginning of the 90s he was noticed by Giulio Cappellini, who gave him the opportunity to compete with series production and make himself known by the great international audience. Since 1998 he has been called to the management of Habitat, the largest English furniture chain, and promotes a radical renewal of the brand's image. Starting from 2002 he decided to go on his own to be able to convey his aesthetics without compromise, founding and leading to success a brand that bears his name - Tom Dixon Ltd. - mainly dedicated to the production of lamps and objects.Read more