tom Dixon

tom Dixon

tom Dixon

tom Dixon

tom Dixon he is a designer who has made creation out of his golden rule, understood in every conceivable form; a lover of the inventive phase of every project, the British artist masterfully manages to overcome the boundaries between product and its marketing, between artefact and brand; lover of experimentation in various application fields, Dixon first approaches the dynamic metal processing, subsequently to the plastic materials, which become his international signature.

The Tunisian artist was born in Sfax on May 21, 1959. His career starts from the first works from self-taught, which develop around the use of materials decontextualized from their environment and reinterpreted in an atmosphere different from the rules of everyday life. The first formal successes are realized through participation in the Anglo-Saxon current called "New British Sculptures“, With which Dixon shares the conscious use of industrial metal waste. It was only in 1985 that the designer reached his artistic peak: discovered by Giulio Cappellini, matures his fruitful experimentation and realizes the project of the iconic S-Chair, currently part of the permanent collection of the MoMA in New York.

The need to work with plastic materials and better suited to the strong dynamic charge of his projects, brings Dixon to the foundation of Eurolounge brand, in 1994; in the same year he designed Jack, the well-known lamp that anticipates the counter-current trends that would make the artist a "anarchist" designer, able to decompose, shape and rotate any aesthetic project at will.

Dixon becomes the promoter of an innovative style, which is characterized by a search for originality and mystery in the banality of ordinary and everyday objects; a passionate discovery of beauty, able to grasp the most enigmatic aspects of production on an industrial scale. Its goal? Disassemble and model, recompose and fantasize new projects. Dixon founded the brand in 2002 Tom Dixon Ltd and begins to produce furnishing accessories related to lighting and the reference to experimentation on waste materials. A tribute to his expressive roots, which led the artist to the publication in 2013 of volume "Dixionary", a passionate collection of a man who has dedicated his life not to the creation of design objects, but to the creation of design itself.


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  • Etch Web Suspension Lamp - Ø 60 cm Polished Steel by Tom Dixon

    1.560,00
  • Etch Web Suspension Lamp - Ø 60 cm Brass by Tom Dixon

    1.920,00
  • Etch Shade Copper Suspension Lamp by Tom Dixon

    492,00
  • Etch Shade Black Suspension Lamp by Tom Dixon

    492,00
  • Etch Shade Steel Suspension Lamp by Tom Dixon

    468,00
  • Etch Shade Suspension Lamp - Ø 50 cm Brass by Tom Dixon

    1.200,00
  • Vessel Beat Vase Top 44 x H 75 cm Brass by Tom Dixon

    1.080,00
  • Vessel Tall Beat Vase Ø 25 x H 109 cm Brass by Tom Dixon

    1.020,00
  • Drop Vessel Drop Vase Ø 55 x H 96 cm Brass by Tom Dixon

    1.320,00
  • Black Beat Wide Suspension Lamp | Brass by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Beat Wide White Suspension Lamp | Brass by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Beat Wide Brass Suspension Lamp by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Suspension Lamp Beat Waist Ø 33 x H 41 cm Black | Brass by Tom Dixon

    552,00
  • Black Beat Tall Suspension Lamp | Brass by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Pendant Lamp Beat Tall White | Brass by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Suspension Lamp Beat Tall Brass by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Beat Stout Black Suspension Lamp | Brass by Tom Dixon

    1.080,00
  • Beat Stout Pendant Lamp Silver | Gray by Tom Dixon

    1.080,00
  • Beat Stout Pendant Lamp Brass by Tom Dixon

    1.080,00
  • Suspension Lamp Beat Flat Ø 60 x H 20 cm Black | Brass by Tom Dixon

    552,00
  • Beat Fat Black Suspension Lamp | Brass by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Beat Fat Pendant Lamp Silver | Gray by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Beat Fat White Suspension Lamp | Brass by Tom Dixon

    432,00
  • Beat Fat Pendant Lamp Brass by Tom Dixon

    432,00