David Vintiner|||||||||||||Dixon among his shiniest creations at The Dock, his west London HQ|McCann Erickson’s New York HQ, created by Design Research Studio|Bespoke furniture mixes with off-the shelf Tom Dixon lighting|Completed in 2007, members club Shoreditch House was designed by Dixon to appeal to east London’s new entrepreneurs|Produced by Cappellini, the S-Chair set Dixon on a course to stardom|The Etch light, made from digitally etched stainless steel|The Fan Chair, modern take on the Windsor, has a more crafted feel|Flask is made from two hand-blown components and gives a rippled glow|In 1994, Dixon experimented with plastic for the first time with the innovative Jack light|True to its name the copper clad dining table Mass is overscaled and monolithic|Launched in 2013, the robust Y chair is designed for commercial settings|Dixon’s Copper Shade is a bestseller, kickstarting a whole line of polished lights||
06 Feb 2014

Tom Dixon tackles the office

Words by James McLachlan

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