Original purple/lilac Tom Dixon Jack modern/funky lamp. The Jack dates back to 1994 (by the colour this one probably is a 1997 edition no longer available in stores) and is an award-winning cult object celebrated in the likes of the Victoria and Albert Museum and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The lamp is made of polyethylene, a hardwearing soft touch thick plastic. It makes a big statement either as a stack (you can make it as big as you want, plug sockets permitting) or singly. Instead they can also serve as a stool or coffee/side table with a glass on top. They look great in the corner of a room always getting people’s attention. Certainly a very eye-catching piece of the best British design. There is no damage, cracks or splits and no signs of overheating although there is some surface scratching to the plastic in a couple of places due to normal usage (please see photos). Jack is the original ‘sitting, stacking, lighting thing’, an award-winning multifunctional object and a great opportunity to investment in this future antique.
Dimensions: H52cm; W58cm; D58cm