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27, January 2014  |  

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Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014


Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014

Maison & Objet in Paris is the place to be between the 24th and the 28th January. Last week, famous designer Tom Dixon was named designer of the year 2014 by Maison et Objet, right before the openning of yet another edition.

At M&O Tom Dixon has launched a new collection of accessories. The series includes ‘plum’, a variety of glass and copper bar artefacts, ‘arc’, sand casted solid brass table-top utensils and ‘cog’, brass-plated metal candle holders and containers. All made from natural and semi-precious materials, the objects reference forms found in nature and in fields of engineering and physics.

Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014  Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014 tom dixon maison et objet 2014 mydesignweek

Creating a sense of the tooled and the machined, the brass-plated aluminum ‘cog’ collection brings a sense of british engineering into the home. The series features medium and large candle holders, conical and cylindrical tea light holders, small and large containers, a candelabra and a desk organizer.

Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014  Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014 tom dixon maison et objet 2014 mydesignweek2

Influenced by science fiction and futuristic simplicity, ‘arc’, the series of unique table-top utensils, are constructed with solid brass using a sand-casting process. The collection comprises a two-piece trivet that can be combined to form a simple centre piece to protect a table top from heat or water damage, a bottle opener and a cork screw.

Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014  Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014 tom dixon maison et objet 2014 mydesignweek3Formed from glass and copper, each mouth-blown and hand-cut piece from the ‘plum’ collection brings functional cocktail culture and drinking tradition into a contemporary context. ‘The futuristic copper-plated cocktail shaker with large belly and tapered ends allows a firmer grip and more balanced shaking,’ explains dixon. Tthe slim end cap also functions as a spirit measure.’ plum comprises tongs, vases (small and large), swizzle sticks, a cocktail shaker, a serving platter, an ice bucket, a champagne bucket and a lemon squeezer.

Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014  Tom Dixon, designer of the year at Maison & Objet 2014 tom dixon maison et objet 2014 mydesignweek4

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