Tom Dixon is set to launch his latest piece of lighting design, a bronze candelabra entitled Pivot. It will launch at the Design Miami Basel show on 2 June. Costing £4250, 350 pieces of the work are being produced and will afterwards be on show at the London Kensington showroom and gallery Willer, W8 from 12 June. The candelabra marks Dixon’s love of metalwork, which he notably discovered while he was mending a motorbike.
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