Maison et Objet 2015 design trade show in Paris was as expected a fantastic showcase for beautiful furniture design pieces created by worlwide designers and, of course, Milan Design Agenda was delighted to see 2014 designer of the year, among them. Tom Dixon introduced his new home design collection of stationery and decorative objects inspired by British heritage has a minimalist, sculptural look that will bring a touch of sophistication to any home, at Maison et Objet 2015.
Maison et Objet 2015 highlights of the range include the ‘Tank’ vases made from mouth-blown clear glass with hand-painted copper detailing; the ‘Cog’ rollerball pens in solid brass; and the ‘Etch’ tea light holders, whose etched patterns cast intricate-looking shadows.
CUBE: A series of minimalist pieces, part of a rapidly evolving stationary collection. Stripped back to its bare essentials, Cube is made from zinc alloy and finished with a copper plate. Family includes a stapler, a desk tidy, a pen and a tape dispenser.
TROVE: A series of black cast iron containers with magnifying pressed glass lids. Trove is a bold statement that can transform a dressing table or desktop. Not a conventional decorative accessory, more a multifunctional design artefact that can masquerade as a treasure box.
TANK: New addition to our TANK family. A series of generously proportioned vases made from mouth-blown clear glass with hand-painted copper detailing. Strong silhouettes perfect for long-stemmed roses, small bunches or larger flowers and designed to create table top architecture.
COG: New addition to our much-loved COG family. A super-functional black ink rollerball pen and pen block inspired by the great British engineering and made from solid brass. Brings precision manufacturing to the home. Pair with our COG desk tidy to add a touch of sophistication to your desk space.
ETCH: Now available in black. A tea light holder with a wood-grain pattern inspired by nature. When lit, the organic pattern etched onto the pentagon structure casts a web of complex shadows to the nearest surface.
Are you ready to see Tom Dixon’s home design collection at iSaloni 2015?