Bell was designed by Tom Dixon in 2012 as a table lamp and in 2021 as a portable lamp. Its design reflects a certain minimalism, simply going for the essentials. The lamps are made from polished steel to reflect each surrounding object, material or texture. They add depth and character to any interior. The base is weighted to ensure stability.
Material plated and polished steel Dimensions Ø28 x H28cm
Light source LED, 160lm, 3000K, touch dimmable
Battery Rechargeable Range 7/9h
Material plated and polished steel, black textile thread
Dimensions Ø28 x H44cm
Light source LED, 800lm, 3000K, dimmable switch on base
Tom Dixon is a designer who is always looking to reinvent himself. He works primarily in the areas of lighting, accessories and furniture. Since his debut in the 1980s, he has constantly reinvented himself through a series of innovative designs. He has worked with luxury Italian brands with Cappellini, creative director at Habitat and Artek. He then created his own eponymous brand in 2002 to rethink the designer's relationship with industrial design.
The most recent chapter in Tom Dixon's design story began in 2002, when he left professional life to create his own eponymous brand as a platform for a series of new adventures in product and interior design.
Fifteen years later, Tom Dixon has become a globally recognised player in the interior design industry, with his own shops in New York, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles and Tokyo.