For London Design Festival 2019,
Tom Dixon explores the senses.


The Coal Office, our London HQ, will become a multi-sensory lab
with a series of talks, workshops, parties and events
taking place in the shop, factory, restaurant and gallery.

Presenting the flavours, the fragrances,
the sounds, the colours & textures of the future.

14 - 22 September 2019

Coal Office
1 Bagley Walk
Kings Cross

What's on

Tom Dixon Shop
Open every day to the public,
10 – 8pm daily*, Sundays 11 – 5

*Shop open late Thursday 19th Sept
with complimentary drinks and music from Teenage Engineering

Harry’s Razor Bar
Open every day to the public, Arch 10,
10-8pm daily, Sundays 11 – 5

Natoora Café
Open every day to the public
with a talk by Natoora founder: Franco Fubini Thursday 19th Sept 11am
11.30 – 6pm , Sundays 11.30 – 5

Coal Office Restaurant
Open every day
8am – 11am (with service breaks)

‘Art of the Wild’ Perrier-Jouet Garden
14th – 21st September Terrace Open to the public

Rush Matters
Rush weaving an S chair, TD shop
Monday & Tuesday, 10-5pm

Teenage Engineering Workshop
Demonstrations, Tutorials, Jams, Q&A, Anything goes
Monday – Friday, 12-2pm

Bute Design Team Loom Weaving
Monday – Friday, 10.30-11am

”As designers, we look at everything. We determine the shape, the colours and the aesthetics of a space before anything else.”

”But here in the Coal Office we wanted to explore the role that all our other - often lesser recognised senses - contribute to our experiences of design; the smell and the taste of a place, the textures and tone of a space, the sound of an interior or the weight of an object – or even the most intangible of all – the sixth sense.“

”Hence why we have called this season TouchySmellyFeelyNoisyTasty, because after all, we are multisensory animals.”

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