The Beat Flat Suspension Lamp was designed in-house for the brand Tom Dixon .
A highly talented designer, Tom Dixon first rose to prominence in the 1980s with his innovative welded furniture, then became a household name in the 1990s for his unorthodox designs. This has brought him plenty of acclaim, including honorary doctorates and even an OBE for his services to British design.
Always focused on production and usability, the designer's approach has brought him to prominence as one of the most interesting names working in design today. All his flair is on display in the Beat Flat Suspension Lamp, a luminaire inspired by the water vessels fashioned by hand by the artisans of northern India. This attractive lamp, with a 250cm cable, is fashioned from brass, which is left in its original shade inside the flat, slightly conical 20 x 60 cm canopy. This metallic finish means theBeat Flat Suspension Lamp casts a warm, downward refraction of golden light at an efficient A++ energy rating, ideal for any living space either singly or in series. It would work best in a modern design scheme, but the warmth of the brass means it would also work with more traditional tones.