Tom Dixon’s ROCK Homeware Collection

Sculptural, marbled additions to any tabletop

  ROCK, Tom Dixon Studio‘s newest collection, embodies Dixon’s affinity for marble, playfulness and solid materiality. The line of Indian green marble artifacts includes varying sizes of candleholders, three different serving boards and our favorite, a pair of dumbbells that do double duty as door stops. All of the pieces carry impressive weight—making them sturdy additions to your table or desk. As with any marble …

COS + Snarkitecture’s Huge Marble Run in Seoul

Suspended from the ceiling of Seoul’s Gana Art Gallery is COS and Snarkitecture’s latest collaboration: a huge, lilac-colored marble run. The installation (titled “Loop”) has four tracks on which every five seconds, a glass marble is released and travels the run—only to be dropped into a pile of marbles in another room. Snarkitecture co-founder Daniel Arsham says, “While we wanted the design to be playful, …

Milan Design Week 2017: Lee Broom’s “Time Machine”

A landmark 10th anniversary installation featuring limited edition reissues and a striking debut

Within an abandoned vaulted storage room next to the historic Milano Centrale station, a white carousel spun—the only object in a raw, unfinished space. On that carousel, visitors found reimaginings of furniture, objects and lighting drawn from ten years worth of English designer Lee Broom‘s collections. As part of Milan Design Week 2017 Milan Design Week, Broom’s “Time Machine” exhibition was exactly that—a referential timeline …