Fluoride is a lamp Brand Tom Dixon. Extremely pop is made Polycarbonate blown outside is painted in fluorescent orange and show the passion of the designer for the surface roughness. In addition, the orange is a color used in the field of ‘safety clothing, high visibility. Fluoro Shade was inspired by the work in heavy industrial environments where manufacturing paints and a source port “energy” of light to any room whether used alone or grouped in multiples.
Fluoro Shade consists of two globes of polycarbonate with a matte finish fluorescent orange, hence the name.
Fuoro Lamp Shade is part of the 2009-2010 collection of catalog of Tom Dixon and is available both from land or to suspension. In the case of a floor version, or table, the ground plane consists of a black rubber ring.
This is certainly a light and lively vintage look, reminiscent of the classic design as the lightning Eclisse lamp, designed by Vico Magistretti for Artemide in 1967 Dalù or the lamp a few years earlier. However Dixon remains consistent in its preference for spherical shapes as had happened with the collection of lamps Mirror Ball.
In fact, these lamps continue the tradition of design and project “ball” of the British designer, and their simplicity and the warm light projection that characterizes create a relaxing atmosphere and alluring.