Shimmery metal and geometrical, extravagant shapes make up the style of the British designer Tom Dixon. The Etch pendant lamp was also designed according to it. It consists of square structures and it is equipped with fine, spherical openings. The light shines through the fine openings, releasing decent shadows to the surrounding.
The different holes look like they grew naturally on the Tom Dixon Etch pendant lamp – instead, the exceptional appearance of the lamp comes from the also exceptional production: Tom Dixon used an industrial processing method, with which the real electric part is produced. This method allowed the designer cutting fine and detailed patterns and structures into the 0.4 mm thick metal of the lamp.
Etch votive candle holders are available suiting the Etch pendant lamp – they grant interesting light effects in every room together.