Tom Dixon Lighting

Tom Dixon Lighting


Transforming Spaces
with Extraordinary Lighting

Tom DIxon's Lighting Campaign 2021

Light is the mysterious force that enables life on earth to exist and that allows us to see our world. As the seasons continue to change, Autumn brings longer hours of darkness. With that, our desire for more enriching and radiant lighting within the spaces that we inhabit takes hold.


Over the last few years, we've relished experimenting with illumination in diverse materials such as brass, copper, marble, polycarbonate, steel and glass, and this autumn we unveils our new designs as well as best-selling objects - updated and fitted with new custom LED modules. Conscious of the urgency of an energy efficient future, Tom Dixon has introduced the latest in high performance LED technology into their existing luminaires and created a series of new luminous innovations celebrating the power of LED.

Tom Dixon Mirror Ball

Tom Dixon says: “GOOD lighting can have a powerful impact on our mood and wellbeing. So we have been investigating the ability of Lighting to induce, according to its intensity, saturation and modulation, specific emotional states, as well as activate a whole host of cognitive skills such as dynamism, relaxation, privacy, visual clarity, excitation, productivity or even efficiency. Poor levels of light however, particularly in winter, can lead to sleepiness, restlessness, anxiety and even depression. This makes us even more passionate about the power of lighting as we explore ways in which it elevates mood and allows us to create more sensory-driven and astonishing interior spaces.”


We've created some new futuristic fantasy imagery - a product of a collaboration with young digital artist Joe Mortell, describing hyperreal dreamlike spaces bathed in comforting light demonstrating the positive impact of lighting in an interior setting.

Transformyour space with Tom Dixon's extraordinary lighting, shop now.



Transform Your Space Competition

Do you have a space that needs transforming? We want to see how you transform you space with the Tom Dixon MIRROR BALL light.

Show us your transformation on Instagram using our MIRROR BALL gif and our favourite will WIN a MIRROR BALL light.

Here's how:

  1. On Instagram Stories, photograph your space
  2. Add the MIRROR BALL gif (add a gif to your Instagram Story and search tom dixon, use the MIRROR BALL gif sticker we created).
  3. Tag @tomdixonstudio and use #tomdixonMIRRORBALL
  4. Our favourite transformation will WIN a MIRROR BALL pendant light
  5. Get Creative!
  6. Competition closes Monday 25th October


We'll share our favourites on our Instagram stories



Terms and Conditions

Tom Dixon Studio will pick the winner on Mondat 25th October 2021. Unlimited entries allowed. We will DM the winner on Monday 25th October and they must reply in 48 hours to claim their prize. Our full terms apply.  

Spring Pendant Brass Medium

Spring Pendant Brass Medium

A ceiling light made from multiple bands of high-performance stainless steel in a brass finish. Pliant ribbons of stainless steel have been arranged like a whisk around our custom-made dimmable Tom Dixon LED disc. The semi-transparent shape thus created can be adjusted to a variety of silhouettes.

Spring Pendant

Spring Pendant

Spring is a series of three pendant lamps made up of stainless-steel strips. Pliant ribbons of stainless steel have been arranged like a whisk around our custom-made Tom Dixon LED.
Melt LED Pendant

Melt LED Pendant

Melt is a beautifully distorted pendant light in a modern finish. Emitting an attractive, mildly hallucinogenic light, this Tom Dixon ceiling light creates a mesmerizing melting hot-blown glass effect when on and a mirror-finish effect when off. Made in Germany using a high tech manufacturing technique to achieve the perfect melted orb.
Mirror Ball LED Pendant

Mirror Ball LED Pendant

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.