TOM DIXON PRESENTS
‘With twenty years of exhibitions, installations, restaurants, gigs and monasteries at FUORISALONE, we felt it was time to surprise ourselves and our customers with our first ever appearance at EUROLUCE – the world’s pre-eminent lighting show at the heart of the biggest and most important design show: Salone Internazionale del Mobile.’ Tom
Tom says: “This year we want MORE. Much Much More. More colour, more variations, more unexpected combinations in floor lamps and chandeliers, table tops and textiles to give our design afficionados a deeper, wider palette of opportunity to help build perfect interiors. More flexibility in where we can illuminate and how we design, so that’s why we call this year CHOICE. The essential skill in the construction of special spaces requires judicial choices. So, we worked and worked to open up the collection to this unexpectedly vast series of possibilities.”
New collections showing for the first time at Euroluce will include new PUFF pendants and chandeliers PORTABLES lights inspired by the iconic MELT, BELL and STONE designs and CONE, along with best-selling upholstery pieces FAT and WINGBACK, now available in hundreds of colours and textiles. Each piece from the 2023 collection has the power to add a touch of the extraordinary to any space.
Tom Dixon’s CEO Hans Hoegstedt says: “After 3 years of continuous uncertainty, volatility and economic hardship brought by COVID, we're going back to our original roots; focusing on creativity, innovation, and... CHOICE. Our idea behind our new CHOICE campaign is to give the market a glimpse of light and inspire the world to play and be creative again. Our team has worked hard to create a robust supply chain that can offer unprecedented number of possibilities and combinations that we can deliver to the market in record speed.”
UNVEILING IN MILAN
Inspired by inflatable geometry, PUFF is an intricate polyhedral object made of 30 metal panels, arrayed to form the rigid structure of a 45cm diameter lamp. 'The flat metal diamond shapes are expanded and ballooned as though they have been inflated thanks to the cunning incised pattern that allows a soft curve to be introduced and light to be emitted,' Tom explains. The etched, and perforated panels of PUFF create small but highly reflective facets that disperse myriad internal reflections making the inside akin to a shimmering inverted disco ball.
PUFF is a true statement light set to act as a focal point in any environment. Like all Tom Dixon most-recognisable designs, PUFF has the instant power to transform and elevate any spaces. Available in Brass and Silver, the PUFF collection includes single pendants, trio round pendant system and mega pendant system.
Introducing a NEW CATEGORY to our lighting family: the PORTABLES.
Our new MELT, STONE AND BELL Portable lights are rechargeable and can be used indoors or outdoors.
Tom says: 'If there is one thing that characterises the rapidly changing world that we inhabit, it is mobility – the way we live and work and play is dominated by an increased need for portability and flexibility – No longer do we want to be tethered to a fixed desk or power outlet, so increasingly we want our light to move with us – thankfully the magic of technology has come to the rescue with powerful batteries and low energy light sources combined to allow us to illuminate wherever we choose with complete adaptability. And it’s for this reason we have loved working on a new series of expressive rechargeable occasional lighting! Our new PORTABLE lights can be used indoors or outdoors, on a shelf, desk, bench or wherever you want to place it.'
A brand-new pedestal that can be mixed and matched with 16 of Tom Dixon iconic Tom Dixon shades including MELT and MIRROR BALL.
About the new floor lamp, Tom explains: ‘There is a reason that we keep coming back to simple geometries – these basic shapes feel right because they are the most reduced possibility for a given job, and this is particularly evident with our new series of conical lamp bases CONE. After many attempts at designing the optimum floor lamp base, this minimal resolution is the culmination of our efforts. A perfectly executed metal cone becomes the most appropriate and elegant pedestal to support and enhance a multitude of different luminous possibilities from our range of polycarbonate lampshades.’
Endless colour and fabric options available for the iconic FAT and WINGBACK chair.
Tom Dixon’s furniture icons, FAT and WINGBACK, now come upholstered in Kvadrat fabrics in hundreds of different colours. Carefully selected to perfectly pair with Tom Dixon’s designs, the new upholstery offering spans across six Kvadrat collections and the full colour spectrum. From vibrant piece-dyed woollen textiles to sumptuous stretch velvet, there is a FAT or WINGBACK available for every room, every décor and every occasion.
about tom dixon
Founder and eponymous Creative Director Tom Dixon is a restless innovator who rose to prominence in the mid-1980s as a maverick, untrained designer with a line in welded salvage furniture. While working with the Italian giant Cappellini, he designed the widely acclaimed ‘S’ Chair. In the late 90’s Tom became Creative Director at Habitat and rejuvenated the brand while maintaining Terence Conran's vision of enriching everyday life through simple, modern design. In 2001, Tom was awarded an OBE by Her Majesty the Queen for his services to British design. In 2014 he was awarded ‘Designer of The Year’ at Maison & Objet, Paris. In 2019, he received a silver medal for Best Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and in the same year, was awarded the prestigious London Design Medal at the British Land Celebration of Design Awards. Tom is one of the industry’s most feted British designers and is internationally heralded as a significantly original talent.
ABOUT OUR STUDIO
Established in 2002, Tom Dixon is a British luxury design brand which is represented in 90 countries. Specializing in furniture, lighting and accessories, Tom Dixon has hubs in London, Milan, Hong Kong, New York, Tokyo, Hangzhou, Beijing and Shanghai. With an aesthetic that is intrinsically inspired by the brand’s British roots, the products are internationally recognised and appreciated for their pioneering use of materials and techniques.
Founder and eponymous Creative Director Tom Dixon is a restless innovator who rose to prominence in the mid-1980s as a maverick, untrained designer with a line in welded salvage furniture. While working with the Italian giant Cappellini he designed the widely acclaimed ‘S’ Chair. In the late 90s Tom became Creative Director at Habitat and rejuvenated the brand while maintaining Terence Conran's vision of enriching everyday life through simple, modern design. In 2001, Tom was awarded an OBE by Her Majesty the Queen for his services to British design. In 2014 he was awarded ‘Designer of The Year’ at Maison & Objet, Paris. In 2019, he received a silver medal for Best Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and in the same year, was awarded the prestigious London Design Medal at the British Land Celebration of Design Awards. Tom is one of the industry’s most feted British designers and is internationally heralded as a significantly original talent.
Best-selling products such as Beat, Melt, S-Chair and Wingback are instantly recognisable and have been acquired by the world’s most famous museums including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; MOMA, New York; and the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Latest additions to the brand’s range, such as the Fat chair, Spring lights and Swirl accessories are quickly gaining momentum and reiterate Tom’s status and significance in the design world.
At the heart of Tom Dixon is a design and innovations studio working on the products, spaces and brands of tomorrow. Launched in 2007, Design Research Studio works with a wide variety of global clients across products, interiors, architecture, graphics, branding and content all under the creative direction of Helene Bangsbo Andersen. Rich in narrative, the studio nurtures a fast-growing international portfolio that ranges from hospitality and retail to co–working spaces and monumental complexes. Linking into their global network of design and manufacturing partners, the studio realises projects globally.
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Spirited by authenticity, curiosity and a sincere passion for nature, the Champagne house’s distinctive philosophy and time-intensive vinification techniques set it apart from other Maisons, always with a focus on enhancing the rare individuality of the terroir over all else. For over 115 years, Champagne Lallier has continued to look ahead with expertise and intuition as its guide, preserving the historic art of Grand Cru winemaking.
Lallier expresses its savoir-faire and art of blending through the balance of Four Atmospheres: Purity and Freshness, with Intensity and Depth. The entire range is articulated around these four atmospheres, brought to life through the art of blending.