Tom Dixon Settles in America / New York

Tom Dixon Settles in America / New York

Tom Dixon NYC is now open at 243 Centre St, SoHo

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British industrial and interior designer, Tom Dixon, recently opened a retail shop in SoHo, New York City (243 Centre Street) for design professionals and consumers to engage with his complete catalogue of sleek, modern products. On Tuesday, 19 January, Tom will celebrate the store’s opening by previewing his 2016 collection to an intimate crowd.

“The king of bold, elegant brass and velvet, London-based designer Tom Dixon has opened his first NYC store… Located in SoHo, the 1,000-square-foot space will carry the brand’s full line of furniture, lighting, and accessories…” – Details

Founded in 2002, Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio client roster includes Shoreditch House (London), Adidas by Tom Dixon at MOST (Milan), Bombay Sapphire’s presence at the Milan Furniture Fair & London Design Fair, and Morgans Hotel Group.

“British designer Tom Dixon’s interiors outfit Design Research Studio used a 1920s cruise liner as a visual reference for interiors at the Mondrian London hotel…” – Dezeen

“…referencing the building’s nautical form, the hotel encapsulates the elegance of a 1920s transatlantic ship, with copper cladding leading guests inside an expansive reception lobby. building on the extensive metal finishes already in place, a matrix of brasswork permeates the design, framing each bedroom door and eventually morphing into a rooftop cocktail bar that boasts views across the British capital.” – Designboom

Their first US commission was at Himitsu, a cocktail lounge in Atlanta, GA. FastCo Design comments on this, “Himitsu is the brainchild of entrepreneur Farshid Arshid, who wanted to create is a “civilized” experience that does away with the annoyances of destination cocktail bars. To design the space, he tapped Design Research Studio—the interior design and architecture studio of famed British designer (and occasional rock star) Tom Dixon.”