Design by Tom Dixon, 2014.
The Void lamps reference the Olympic medals with three metallic finishes: brass, polished stainless steel and copper. Inspired by vacuum flasks, these mysterious lighting objects conceal a powerful halogen lamp that concentrates the light to create a soft directional beam. Solid metal sheets are pressed, spun and braised to form a double wall shade. They are hand polished to create a mirror surface which is lacquered to maintain a high gloss finish. Void makes use of existing techniques and regular fittings - the innovation lies in the undulating form of the shade.
The Void 3 Light 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. Includes one pendant of each finish. Canopy is constructed of steel. UL listed.
Note: Canopy requires a skilled electrician for installation, see instructions for details.