Tom Dixon launched his very first collection of office furniture. Dixon designed designed the range to accommodate the ever-blurring boundaries between the workplace and the home. Now your office can be consider a luxury officer with the signature of this top interior designer from UK.
His first collection of office furniture, which includes a minimalist lamp and a workstation based on archetypical Victorian school desks.
Pieces are intended to provide function and flexibility while being attractive enough to be on show in living spaces.
“Distinctions have now become blurred and even vanish altogether as people now work in hybrid ways – partly on the bus, sometimes in communal areas, sometimes even in bed,” said Dixon.
“But what unifies these products is a refusal to make a distinction between the quality of life that people aspire to at home and what they seek from a workspace.”
New pieces in the collection are the Boom desk light and the Slab School Desk. Cube, Dixon’s existing range of desk accessories, has also been updated in an alloy material.
The Boom desk light, described by the designer as a “minimalist sculptural composition”, is based on lamps used by draughtsmen.
Victorian school tables informed the simple design of the Slab School desk, which is made from solid oak that has been softly rounded at the edges.
An inkwell is repurposed as a cable management hole, while grooves are designed to hold pens and other accessories