Rough & Smooth collection by Tom Dixon @ FuoriSalone 2013

Category: Design Published on 27 Mar, 2013 Tags: , , , ,
tom-dixon-cell-pendant-group-1

Renowed Birtish designer Tom Dixon will show the next month at MOST, during the Milan Design Week 2013, its latest collection “Rough & Smooth”.

This year we take visitors through two contrasting environments– the rough and the smooth: a story of opposites where we’ve spotted two seemingly contradictory themes in our new collection and decide that they go really rather well together” says Dixon.

“Follow a rollercoaster journey through the rough and tumble of our warehouse where fresh stock is unloaded and unpacked fresh from the manufacturing process and on through tearooms and shop windows into our spanking new show space which we furnish with our latest lighting and furniture, ranging from the textured sand-cast nickel-plated aluminium to the ultra-polished chromed pressed steel” concludes the designer.

This shimmering collection includes: CELL, a light that mimics cellular growth and can be used in multiple geometric configurations. Made from layers of minutely etched, polished brass, Cell Pendant Short and Wall Light use a Crown Brass LED lamp exclusively developed with Megaman.

tom-dixon-cell--wall-detail-3 tom-dixon-cell--wall-group-4 tom-dixon-cell-wall-single-2

BELL, an exercise in reductionism – a dome suspended over a dome formed of chrome plated pressed steel with an ultra-polished, reflective surface.

tom-dixon-Bell-light-landscape-group-1

Like a mysterious chemistry experiment FLASK, a spherical object made up of two, hand- blown, glass components; a ridged and rounded base and a smoked-glass hood.

tom-dixon-flask-pendant-detail-2 tom-dixon-flask-pendant-row-3

GEM, a family of angular lights, tables and mirrors, sand cast from nickel-plated aluminium, taking inspiration from the facets of cut gemstones.

tom-dixon-gem-group-3 tom-dixon-gem-tables-mirror-group-2

SPUN calls to space age, Art Deco and Pop influences. Three pieces of ultra-expressive, occasional furniture which bring an injection of instant disco glamour.

tom-dixon-spun-portait-3

Huge chunks of heavyweight, metallic minimalism, MASS Coat stand and Book stand are confident, over-scaled pieces of furniture with real presence and instantly recognisable expressive minimalism.

tom-dixon-mass-dining-table-console-group-6

FAN dining chair, stool and table create exclamation marks in the home. Formed from machined wood spindles, the family extends from our much loved Fan Chair. ETCH LIGHT WEB STAINLESS STEEL is a vast shade with an open structure formed in mirror polished stainless steel and BASE light is now available with a highly-polished copper shade.

tom-dixon-fan-dining-chair-landscape-2 tom-dixon-fan-dining-chair-with-shade-3

The entire collection will be shown from 8 to 14 April at MOST in Milan’s National Museum of Science and Technology.

images © Peer Lindgreen – courtesy of Tom Dixon

Recommended:

Pig on the wings Table/Stool by Gentle Giants
Das Haus at imm cologne 2013 by Luca Nichetto
Place Keeper Chair by Julian Sterz
Trame table lamp by Sébastien Cordoleani
The Vinge table lamp by Note Design Studio for Örsjö Belysning
Hyundai ‘Fluidic - Sculpture in Motion’ Installation at Milan Design Week 2013
Serac Bench by Zaha Hadid for Lab23
Ray lamp collection by Lagranja Design for Fabbian
WaterDream by Nendo for Axor
Yupik: styrofoam lamp by Form Us With Love for Fontana Arte
The Space Between the Void: kaleidoscope cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz
Neon House installation investigates the connection between music and architecture
IKEA PS 2014 collection: Furniture for Homes in Constant Motion
Layers Cloud Chair by Richard Hutten for Kvadrat
Insulaire rattan furniture collection by numéro 111
Seams - ceramic centerpieces collection by Benjamin Hubert for Bitossi
Fragrance Lab at Selfridges Flagship Store in London
Crest installation by Zaha Hadid at London’s V&A Museum
uiliuili bench by Piotr Żuraw
QTZ Seating Collection by Alexander Lotersztain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


4 × = twelve

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

 

Submit Your Work