Posts Tagged ‘tom dixon’

Éclectic restaurant by Tom Dixon, Paris – France

March 10th, 2014

The designers dedicated the interior to the superstar-material of brutalism: concrete. They used it in different textures from raw to waxed on the floor, walls and other interior elements. They teamed up with manufacturer and designer firms – such as Hungarian designer concrete company IVANKA – to create a professional background for the impressive design.

Ristorante Fratelli restaurant by Dekart Studio, Odessa – Ukraine

November 15th, 2013

The main theme for the interior design is eco-minimalistic with a mixture of typical italian textures and materials. Comfortable leather sofas, light oak paneling, travertine tiles, chairs with wool upholstery and Tom Dixon lights create a soft and relaxed atmosphere for casual and special dining.

Kith café by HJGHER, Sentosa – Singapore

August 30th, 2013

Light coloured wood, brass and marble scraps were acquired and pieced together to form the outlet’s tables and counters, in keeping with the spirit of a community coming together. No unnecessary ornaments or mass-manufactured furniture adorn the outlet.

adidas by Tom Dixon collection installation, Milan

July 1st, 2013

Held at most, in an experimental factory installation created by the designer’s affiliated practice design research studio, the showcase is set in an immense environment of a reconstructed 19th century railway station.

Flask pendant by Tom Dixon Studio

June 28th, 2013

A smoked-glass hood and ridged flask base are the two hand-blown glass components that make up the new Flask pendant by Tom Dixon Studio.

Cell Tall Pendant light by Tom Dixon

April 3rd, 2013

A light that mimics cellular growth which can be used in multiple, geometric configurations. Each Cell is made from layers of minutely etched, polished brass filtering light rays to throw a satisfyingly dappled glow casting intricate shadows on walls, floors and ceilings.

LIU•JO store by Christopher Goldman Ward, Reggio Emilia – Italy

March 25th, 2013

From “home touch” Collection left side, where we can find Tom Dixon appliques according to champagne shiny gold freestanding hangers, through Jeans Collection on the right side, characterized by brushed champagne gold wall cladding, to the final accessories room with fabric wallpapper and long smooth shelves.

Liu Jo Grand Boutique by Christopher G. Ward, Milan

January 25th, 2013

The general mood concept, as for each corner, leaves behind every trace of sought-after casualty in order to create a sophisticated projectile spontaneous atmosphere, a new and clear approach, as expressly declared in the “Designer touch” choice, through Tom Dixon furniture.

KNRDY Restaurant by Suto Interior Architects, Budapest

December 23rd, 2012

The designers intensified the special, a little bit industrial feeling, with the unique geometric wooden suspended ceiling above the guest area. It is beautiful and it also has its functions to hide the ventilation equipments and provides possibility to fix the lighting.

Fourth Floor hair salon, London

September 24th, 2012

Accessed by a seemingly dodgy freight elevator, Fourth Floor is bright and open with views of the city’s skyline and art installations throughout, typically bartered for hair services over the years. The custom shelving, mirrors and lighting were designed by Tom Dixon, who used to have his studio on the ground floor.

The Optometrist by Greg Natale, Sydney

September 22nd, 2012

The cabinetry, which is both a functional furniture element for showcasing the spectacles and a sophisticated decorative element, illustrates Natale’s philosophy of integrating architecture, design and decoration in a project. The lighting technique of concealing the light source was borrowed from high-fashion retail spaces.

TESS boutique by Atelier (M + G), Charleroi – Belgium

September 20th, 2012

As part of the expansion of the TESS boutique – up-market womenswear shop – the young Belgian architects from the Atelier (M + G) – Marine Tricot and Grégoire Beetz – designed an ambivalent space . On one side sporty and white and vintage and chic on the other side.

Nóló flagship store by Rasa Miliunaite & Egle Truskauskiene, Riga – Latvia

August 14th, 2012

Nóló store main interior forms are simply rectangular, but fun: they scale from very small to extra large and vary from empty to complete volume. At the same time Nóló emits homely and peculiar emotions because of traditional materials like natural wood, dark metal and old fashioned wool carpet together with Tom Dixon Beats.

Lustre pendants by Tom Dixon

August 3rd, 2012

Continuing his exploration into metallic finishes, Tom Dixon has produced ‘Lustre pendants’, a collection of lighting objects which exhibit an iridescent sheen which is a result of applying a specialized glaze composed of minerals and precious metals to the stoneware shades and firing them at 1200 degrees celsius.

The Doner Company by Concrete, Leiden – Netherlands

April 18th, 2012

The eye catcher of the dönerbar is a circular wall with a random patchwork of custom-made cement tiles. The diversity of the tiles refers to a Turkish market and creates a lively atmosphere. Various functions are integrated in this wall in functional stainless steel niches.

Fin light by Tom Dixon

March 18th, 2012

British designer Tom Dixon has developed a new lighting collection which is to be featured at his ‘luminosity’ showcase at the MOST design festival during Milan Ddesign Week 2012.

Etch Web lamp by Tom Dixon

March 9th, 2012

ETCH WEB is a vast 65cm wide shade with an unusual open structure, designed to cast atmospheric angular shadows when lit. Another experiment in our long running exploration of mathematics and geometry, an irregular pentagon shape is repeated 60 times across the body to create a total sphere.

Tazmania Ballroom by Tom Dixon Studio, Hong Kong

July 22nd, 2011

Local and international celebrities plus serious partygoers are flocking to TAZMANIA BALLROOM, the latest venue of ”Dragon-I”s founder Gilbert Yeung and the first Asian design project of Tom Dixon, through his Design Research Studio.

Lacoste ECO / Techno polo packaging by Tom Dixon

May 30th, 2011

“In collaboration with Tom Dixon we worked on the branding and packaging for two very different types of polo shirts commissioned by Lacoste. The most eco-friendly way to package a shirt was not to print on the packaging at all but use embossing instead. For the techno polo we designed a speaking label that plays Tom’s voice at the push of a button – very techno.”

Creme de la Creme by Plazma Architects, Vilnius

May 20th, 2011

Influences of nearby Scandinavia are apparent in Crème de la Crème, a fragrance and beauty care boutique that opened late last year in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The boutique is one of about 170 shops and restaurants that occupy the new, award-winning Panorama shopping centre, one of the largest and most expensive shopping malls in the Baltic countries. The store’s physical concept is by the Lithuanian Plazma architects and specifically architect Evelina Talandzeviciene. Light-colour wood, scarce furnishings, simplified lines and subdued edges create a feeling of weightlessness and free-flowing space.