Design by Tom Dixon, 2014.
Blown like bubble gum into a mold, the Mirror Ball is formed by using a technically advanced process called vacuum metallization. The process involves vaporizing a small amount of pure metal at a very high temperature and then exploding it on to a surface by applying an electrical charge. This internal metallic design focuses the brightness from the lamp, projecting a soft, broad beam of light.
The Mirror Ball Multipoint Pendant system allows the creation of luminous clusters within a single, self-contained unit. Concealing unsightly wiring within the suspension cables, each system includes a round multipoint canopy in a white powder coated finish. Pendants are constructed of polycarbonate. Includes one Mirror Ball 25, (9.8") one Mirror Ball 40 (15.7") and one Mirror Ball 50 (19.7"). Canopy is constructed of steel. UL listed.
Note: Canopy requires a skilled electrician for installation, see instructions for details.