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Designerleuchten & Accessoires von Tom Dixon

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Tom Dixon was born in Tunisia in 1959. He grew up in London as the son of an English father and  French-Latvian mother. His roots as
a designer are in the punk movement of the early eighties. After completing his studies at the Chelsea School of Art Tom Dixon started
his career as a designer in a strange fashion: as an exentric performance artist in the London nightclub Titanic he welded his first
designs on stage.

In 1987 Tom Dixon founded the factory Dixon PID, which later on became known as Space. For the production of his own plastic
products he founded the company Eurolounge in 1994. Furhtermore Tom Dixon worked for Habitat and Artek as Art Director, before
setting the goal with his label "Tom Dixon - The Company" to retrieve the British furniture industry with solid design and innovation in 2002.

The lights and furniture by Tom Dixon are unique as well as memorable. His varying design spectrum is influenced by diverse materials.
The Fresh Fat collection of 2004 relies on plastic as wella s the award-winning classic Jack Light. His successful designs Copper Shade 
and Mirror Ball are on the inside metallized sphere lights in polycarbonat.

Decoration, lights and furniture by Tom Dixon are inspired by different regions and eras.Tom Dixon creates a mix of rock design and
pure glamour, always coming with a certain British elegance. Another characterstic of Tom Dixon is the solid manufacturing of his
products often done in traditional craftsmanship.

Style-wunderkind, Design-Star - Tom Dixon is one of the leading producers in the designer world. Nearly no design hotel goes without
Tom Dixon furniture. Tom Dixon lights shine in shop-windows and show-rooms of the noble botiques and beautify exclusive salesrooms
with their shine. His innovative style which combines glamour with elements of English period furniture reflects the spirit of the times be
it the young or the old.

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