Tom Dixon – A stunning portfolio of lighting designs, furniture and Interiors.
Celebrated British designer Tom Dixon established a design and manufacturing company of lighting and furniture in 2002. Tom’s underpinning mission is to revive the British furniture industry through his unwavering commitment to producing innovative designs, inspired by our nation’s unique heritage and all things that make Britain great. Tom Dixon launches new collections each year, with products sold in over 60 countries around the world.
Tom Dixon works in partnership with a host of global brands, adding strength to his mission to innovate, design and manufacture quality products. Partnerships include brands such as Formica, Lacoste, Magis, Sub Zero & Wolf, Transport for London, Veuve Cliquot, Blackberry and Ekoij to name but a few.
Here is just a taster of stunning Tom Dixon Lighting Designs:
Where to buy:
Tom Dixon also has a shop on Portobello Dock in London. The shop showcases the Tom Dixon range of lighting and furniture and also stocks an exclusive selection of work from international concession brands, curated by Tom. It also houses the impressive Dock Kitchen Restaurant run by Stevie Parle.
Tom Dixon Shop, contact: +44 207 183 9737 or Email:firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also buy from Tom Dixon online
Tom Dixon furniture and lighting designs are also available to buy from the following UK stockists:
Amos Lighting Ltd – www.amoslighting.co.uk, Atomic Interiors Ltd. – www.atomicinteriors.co.uk, CAZ Systems – www.cazsystems.com, Central – www.central-furniture.co.uk, Chaplins Furniture Ltd – www.chaplins.co.uk, Cimmermann – www.cimmermann.co.uk, Coexistence – www.coexistence.co.uk, Conran Contracts – www.conranshopcontracts.co.uk, Conran Shop Limited – www.conran.com, Designer Lights Ltd – www.designer-lights.com, Ferrious – www.ferriousonline.com, Furniture File – www.furniturefile.co.uk, Goodd LTD – www.good-d.com, HAUS – www.hauslondon.com, Heal’s and Son – www.heals.co.uk, Icone Limited – www.icone.co.uk, Innes – www.ivor-innes.co.uk, Liberty – www.liberty.co.uk, Lollipop Shoppe – http://www.thelollipopshoppe.co.uk, Nest – www.nest.co.uk, Rume – www.rume.co.uk, SCP Contracts – www.scp.co.uk, SCP East – www.scp.co.uk, SCP West – www.scp.co.uk, Tangram Furnishers Ltd – www.tangramfurnishers.co.uk, Terry Furniture – www.terryfurniture.co.uk, twentytwentyone – www.twentytwentyone.com, twentytwentyone – www.twentytwentyone.com, Utility – www.utilitydesign.co.uk, Viaduct – www.viaduct.co.uk, Willer – www.willer.co.uk.
Tom Dixon Projects: Interiors & Architecture
Also founded in 2002, as part of the Tom Dixon company, the Design Research Studio delivers high concept interiors, large scale installations and architectural design. The studio has built an impressive portfolio of projects to date from interiors and architecture to installations and exhibitions, including the refurbishment of the restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, the Tazmania Ballroom, an exclusive pool bar in central district, Hong Kong; Habitat’s flagship store in a grade II listed building on Regent Street, London; the restaurant kitchen Barbecoa One New Change, London; the Tom Dixon Shop and The Dock Kitchen, in Portobello Dock, London; the restaurant/bar/cabaret venue Circus, London; the Joseph store on Old Bond Street, London; the exclusive Paramount Members Club, London; Shoreditch House, London; a cafe environment called Inn The Park, London and the Tokyo Hipster’s Club, in Tokyo.
The Design Research Studio is renowned “for it’s ability to express a strong narrative with a dose of Britishness and eccentricity, and ingenious use of raw materials.” – Quote taken from Tom Dixon website.
Design Research Studio has been involved in important commissions in the UK and internationally and attracts some of the greatest talent in interior design and architecture to work with highly innovative clients.
All images and text originally sourced from Tom Dixon’s website – http://www.tomdixon.net