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A British Lighting, Furniture and Accessories brand. Obsessed with honest materials, and a commitment to innovative design.
A British Lighting, Furniture and Accessories brand. Obsessed with honest materials, and a commitment to innovative design.

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A set of heavy, generous, smooth containers made from forest green marble and turned by hand in India. Each rocky, rounded heavyweight container is unique due to the particularities of each individual block of marble. This forms the optimum vessel for the dry exotic fig and sandalwood essence.

Our candles are made in the UK

https://www.tomdixon.net/materialism-stone-candle-medium.html
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Are you visiting the Salone del Mobile in Milan this year?
Make sure you head to via Manzoni to Tom Dixon Studio's Multiplex from 4th – 9th April, 2017.

https://www.tomdixon.net/multiplex
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Ever curious about all aspects of the home, this year we explore the Bathroom and the Kitchen sink with a focus on functional storage, cleansing rituals, lotions and waterproof lighting.

http://www.tomdixon.net/story/post/washing/
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7 classic cocktails served in 7 different Tom Dixon vessels to be launched each day for London Cocktail Week 2016.

The award-winning mixologist Mr Lyan, from Mondrian Hotel’s Dandelyan bar, has modified 7 classic cocktails by adding exotic twists. Constructed using rare spirits and ingredients he's picked up along his many adventures around the world.

As we get deeper into drinking culture and continue to create an increasingly complete range of drinking and pouring vessels. Throughout the week we'll be showing different vessels form our Tank and Plum families.

Dandelyan will be serving the cocktails each day so you can go down and try one of the 7 classic serves.

http://www.tomdixon.net/story/post/london-cocktail-week-2016/
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19/01/2017
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New SPOT lights are IP44 rated – specifically designed for bathrooms and wet areas.

Available as a wall light and pendant.

For more information: http://www.tomdixon.net/family/post/spot/
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The +Tom Dixon CURVE chandelier in St James' Church, Clerkenwell, London, UK. Installed and left behind as part of +Clerkenwell Design Week 2016.

http://bit.ly/TheChurch2016

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As part of Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 we have worked with St James Church in the heart of Clerkenwell Green.

We have installed several large chandeliers and created multiple co-working office spaces that we will leave behind. When the +Clerkenwell Design Week rolls out of town the local creative community can contiue to use and enjoy the 17th Century space, with our contemporary additions.

Our co-working space in The Church, as part of Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 features Screw tables, Y chairs.
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High above, we installed the CURVE chandelier at St James Church, London, UK as part of Clerkenwell Design Week 2016. The lighting design was installed by the Tom Dixon team and it will remain at the Church long after CDW2016 rolls out of town. The multiple pendants in this chandelier illuminate the space. Photo by Sophie Mutevelian

The vestry at the Church has a large Tom Dixon melt chandelier installed. The Wingback dinning chairs surround two large glass topped Pylon tables sit on the Smoke Tom Dixon X ege™ carpet. The Wingback sits in the corner with a floor Melt light a Pylon side table and a Melt table lamp.
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A new office space in Camden, London (UK). The Interchange Atrium is a co-working space we made for startups and tech companies (or anyone who wants a desk).

There's more here: http://bit.ly/tomdixon-atrium-office
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5/23/16
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This year for +Clerkenwell Design Week we have collaborated with Andrew Baughen, the enlightened Vicar of St James' – a classic 17th century church on +Clerkenwell Green, where he sees the potential of making his unique building available to the daytime residents of Clerkenwell – the creative workforce, and a place for the residential community to use as a resource.

http://bit.ly/TheChurch2016

The partnership will involve us installing a large central chandelier in the main space, a co-working environment and a kitchen all to be donated as permanent fixtures.

The extraordinary volumes of this heritage site will allow us to demonstrate our new lighting and furniture products recently launched in Milan against a series of historic backdrops – the panelled wood of the 18th century vestry, the bare stone construction of the entrance hall and the huge volumes and stained glass panels of the main church providing us with a variety of design challenges unlike any other.
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