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Tom Dixon‘s 2014 accessories collection is inspired by the industrial qualities of engineering, with a beautiful play on industrial machine parts, utilising semi-precious materials like brass, copper and glass.
Famed for his previous collection of furniture, lighting and accessories, Tom Dixon’s accessories collection shows his continued talent to produce innovative and interesting design that deals with every day objects and the pursuit to reinvent them in a beautifully resolved design.
British “Designer of the Year” Tom Dixon, presented his latest range of gifts and accessories at the Maison & Objet, Paris trade fair last week.
Dixon‘s newest range is inspired by the industrial qualities of engineering with a beautiful play on industrial machine parts, with three range’s that feature accessories made from semi-precious materials like brass, copper and glass.
Staging of the corporate showroom was revisited for the presentation of the 2016 Collection, art directed by Rodolfo Dordoni and launched at the Salone del Mobile, where it was a huge favorite.
The company showroom leverages a succession of settings that convey the brand’s sophisticated lifestyle and effectively demonstrate how the latest innovations can blend seamlessly with elements from previous collections.
Studio Formafantasma, from Holland, created one of the most fascinating shows at the Salone 2014, titled “De Natura Fossilium”.
The designers scoured the volcanic landscape over a period of a few months, filled their sacks with various rocks, and hauled the material back to their studio in the Netherlands, before melting the rock in a local metal workshop
‘Pablo Picasso par Christian Zervos,’ known by many simply as “the Zervos”, is the most prominent and trusted catalogue raisonne of Picasso’s paintings and drawings.
It comprises 33 volumes and more than 16,000 images, and was the result of an intense four-decade collaboration between Picasso and Christian Zervos.
LOEWE gave a voice to the time-honoured weaving techniques as part of its ‘LOEWE baskets’ exhibition during Milan Design Week 2019.
Marking its fifth project to run at the Salone del Mobile, the Spanish fashion house described it as their ‘most ambitious installment’ yet.