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 piece can swivel like a desk lamp and moved to where you like in the house.
Composed of a metal tubular that twists itself following easy but forceful angles.
The design arose from the interest to create furniture that can be build, stored and delivered in a simple and space saving way and with less hand labour involved.
Stopping time is possible.
Four holes routed into a board, with four axe handles fitting exactly into the wedges.
A collection of furniture objects that each contain stories derived from socks.
It is a collaborative work with the sun, since the circulation of the sun is the actual body of time.
It is a product line of coffee tables that creates dialogue between wood and metal that takes its influence from mechanical instruments.
The proposal aimed to respond to this challenge by focusing on the ritual of cooking and eating as a great detonator of socialization and idea exchange.