Tom Dixon, the British designer who founded the brand that bears his name in 2002, is one of the people and design companies that I love most in contemporary design. I really like Tom Dixon’s style, the sophistication, the refined taste and it is never banal which characterizes every creation.
His company is polyhedral and has a very competent team, dealing with product design, interior design, architecture and installations.
All these disciplines follow a refined line, very “British”, with an explosive personality. It’s never missing ingredients such as ingenuity and eccentricity.
Tom Dixon curiously became a designer almost by accident, after being self-taught. What consecrated him to the world of design was the S-Chair designed for Cappellini.
S-Chair, photo via bezaferrara
In his collection of designer products, we can find a few pieces, being some of the most beautiful and interesting on the market today:
The Beat Family – photo via designboom
The Scoop Chair – photo via tomdixon.net
Fade Pendant Copper – photo via tomdixon.net
Beat Wide Pendant Black – photo via tomdixon.net
Plum Ice Bucket – photo via tomdixon.net
Melt Pendant Gold – photo via tomdixon.net
Beat Pendant Brass – photo via tomdixon.net
In regard to interior design planning, his interiors always leave me speechless!
Alto Restaurant, Hong Kong
Bronte Restaurant, London
Craft Bar, London
Himitsu Bar, Atlanta
Mc Cann Office, NYC
Mondrian Hotel, London
The Church Clerkenwell Design Week 2016, London
What do you think about it? Do you like the Tom Dixon style? Which do you like more, his interior or products? And tell me, did you find an object that “should definitely be yours?” Tell me in the comments, you know I am super curious! 😛
photos via tomdixon.net