These plastic globes are vacuum-metallised internally to give a sleek mirrored surface and project a soft, broad beam of light.
The tripod stand uses a single cord and supports a maximum of seven Mirror Ball lights.
One of the most identifiable Tom Dixon products, inspired by the famous space helmet, and by disco balls.
Mirror Ball is lightweight yet robust and reflects its environment, projecting downward ambient light.
The Tripod Stand comes with a total of seven gold shades in three different sizes: 25cm, 40cm and 50cm.
Also available in the original chrome finish and as pendants, this versatile collection offers a lamp for every function.
This fitting is P.O.A as many variations can be used on the stand.
Tom Dixon was born 1959 in Sfax, Tunisia; he grew up in Great Britain from the age of 4 years on. As an autodidact he got into the design business. When he was 20 years old, he organised events on the 'favolous' english party scene before creating his first objects at the age of 25, becoming one of the most talked-about avant-garde designers. Far from having a predestination to be a des... More