Tom Dixon debuts at the Milan Design Week, showcasing new furniture, lighting and accessories under the theme of the CLUB. The conventional Gentleman’s club is reworked into a contemporary version of the historic British members club – a modern day home-away-from-home, a plush and cultured haven where pleasure and work collide. Some overdue additions to the popular BEAT family, inspired by the sculptural simplicity of traditional water vessels used in India. Both table and floor lights incorporate the familiar hand-beaten shade. GREY BEAT is an exercise in expressive minimalism, the instantly recognizable pendants are now recolored in grey with a precious internal silver plate, creating a warm, shimmering glow. A tactile table top made from durable polyurethane, the Y TABLE comes in two sizes and two different finishes – a plain black top and with an enamel insert. The enamel adds a vibrant pop of colour. Y Table is waterproof and works well on any of our table bases. An ode to optical engineering, FLOOD boasts a strong profile and takes inspiration from the automotive …
The collection highlights the unique quality of each piece which showcases a balance between furniture and art.
the collection emphasizes variability and mutual cohesion of the pieces.
The piece was designed to bring out the nature of the ash without loosing the feel of the massive material.
The lightweight and easy to move armchairs have no supports at their base yet are steady, resting directly and firmly on the floor.
The project initiated when I found a lonely wooden cafe-style chair sitting near a dumpster on a street in Florence.
Made of acrylic, 3 different manufacturers are needed to produce it in order to mix the chair with neon lighting and all electrical parts.
The installation contextualizes the objects in a topography that mimics Sao Paulo’s littoral landscape.
Inspired by post modernism and outdoor fashion the chairs shows something other than what we are used to when thinking of wooden chairs.
The structure below the seat was reduced to a minimum creating a very light aesthetic, which is then countered by the triangulation of the upper structure around the backrest.