The striking Void Suspension Lamp was created by the London-based design company Tom Dixon.
The inspiration for this unusual Void Suspension Lamp - designed in 2010 - was the gold, silver and bronze medals given to winners at the Olympic games. The company's creative director, Tom Dixon, is a self-taught designer who has been involved in many high-profile projects. His work has been displayed in museums around the world and he has been awarded an OBE for services to British design.
This stunning pendant lamp is made from double-walled metal that has been moulded and pressed into an undulating, sculptured shape using a special process called vacuum metallisation. The lamp is then hand polished and sealed with lacquer to produce a highly reflective, glossy finish. The suspension lamp is 15.5cm high and has a diameter of 30cm, with a cable length of 250cm. It uses a halogen bulb, which illuminates brightly while being concealed from view inside the metal shade. This beautiful light will add glamour and shine to any room, creating a great focal point that catches the light and gives a mirrored effect. It can be used alone but ideally is hung in multiples.