Tom Dixon furniture
Tom Dixon approached the world of design almost by accident, after having carried out a series of heterogeneous activities in his youth. Few years later, he became one of the leading exponents of the new wave of British design that garnered great international attention in the late ‘80s. After consolidating his fame, thanks to the collaborations with brands such as Cappellini and Moroso, he moved in 1998 to the artistic direction of the great Habitat furnishing chain, founded by the legendary Terence Conran.
The Tom Dixon brand was founded in 2002 as a collector of all the creative activity of its founder. All his great masterpieces converged in it, such as the sinuous S-Chair, the futuristic Pylon Chair or the chaise longue Bird Chaise with geometrical characteristics, flanked by creations completely new like the elegant series of Wingback armchairs and sofas or the sculptural Fan Table.
One of the areas in which Tom Dixon reaches the top of his creativity is the lighting, with series of lamps declined in all the different types: pendant lamps, table lamps, floor lamps and wall lamps. Among the many, it is worth mentioning the Melt lamp, made in collaboration with the Swedish duo Front, the sculptural lamp Beat, the solid lamp Base and the sparkling Bell lamp, which enhances the metallic effect of the finishes.