Tom Dixon Utility Collection

Launched earlier this year at the 2009 London Design Week, Tom Dixon's latest collection finally hits retailers in January 2010. As one of the leading ambassadors for British design, Dixon continues to explore sustainability issues with his Utility collection, adding extra emphasis on well-crafted construction. Acknowledging that just creating products from biodegradable materials—such as his Eco Ware collection—is simply not enough, the Utility collection concentrates …

Tom Dixon: Interior Worlds

Over the past two decades, Tom Dixon made an indelible mark on the world of furniture design. His S-Bend chair, Soft System couch and Mirrorball light (pictured) are all modern classics and he ranks among the biggest names in British design. His latest work is a hefty tome called “Interior Worlds.” Though more images the words, the main editorial thrust is defining the infamous "D-word" …

Tom Dixon: Beat Collection

Named “Beat” for their hand-beaten production method, A bit further down the island, Moss is now featuring his expansive Beat collection. The collection got its start with the Beat Lights, a series of hand-hammered, patinated brass pendants inspired by typical water carrying receptacles found in India. Dixon has been wise not to just draw inspiration from the culture, but to employ its skilled artisans in …