Tom Dixon Twenty

With an aesthetic that is intrinsically inspired by the brand's British roots, the products are internationally recognised and appreciated for their pioneering use of materials and techniques.

Established in 2002, Tom Dixon is a British luxury design brand which is represented in 90 countries and employing 100+ people world-wide.

Founder and eponymous Creative Director Tom Dixon is a restless innovator who rose to prominence in the mid-1980s as a maverick, untrained designer with a line in welded salvage furniture. Best-selling products such as Beat, Melt, S-Chair and Wingback are instantly recognisable and have been acquired by the world's most famous museums including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; MOMA, New York; and the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Latest additions to the brand's range, such as the Fat chair, Spring lights and Swirl accessories are quickly gaining momentum and reiterate Tom's status and significance in the design world.

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Tom Dixon Twenty

2002: Tom Dixon founds his eponymous company.

2003: Tom Dixon creates Design Research Studio (DRS) the interior and architectural division of his brand.

2004: The S chair designed by Tom and launched by Cappellini in 1989, has a permanent place in the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

2005: Tom Dixon launches the BEAT light.

2006: Tom Dixon delivers 500 injection-moulded polystyrene chairs to Trafalgar Square as part of his 'Great Giveaway' stunt.

2007: Tom Dixon designs the WINGBACK chair for Shoreditch House.

2008: Tom Dixon and his studio complete the interior of members' club and event space Paramount, at the top of Centre Point tower in London.

2009: Tom Dixon and Design Research Studio create the Bombay Sapphire Dusk Bar, at Somerset House, London.

2010: Tom Dixon sets up an underwater Biorock production plant in the Bahamas.

2011: Tom Dixon opens The Dock, the brand's first retail, office and restaurant space in West London.

Melt Light by Tom Dixon

2012: Tom Dixon launches MOST at Salone del Mobile.

2013: Tom Dixon publishes DIXONARY and unveils collaboration with Adidas at Salone del Mobile.

2014: Tom Dixon and DRS design the Sea Containers Hotel in London.

2015: Tom Dixon launches the MELT light, an instant best-seller.

2016: Tom Dixon presents The Restaurant at Salone del Mobile, in collaboration with Caesarstone.

2017: Tom Dixon designs Le Drugstore on Les Champs-Elysees in Paris.

2018: Tom Dixon opens Coal Office HQ in King’s Cross, London.

2019: Tom Dixon wins The London Design Festival Medal Award.

2020: Tom Dixon opens his first Shop in Beijing.

2021: Tom Dixon wins the Elle Decoration British Design Award.

2022: Tom Dixon celebrate their 20th anniversary at Salone del Mobile.

Tom Dixon at Salone del Mobile
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