100% Design London 2006: Tom Dixon
by / September 28, 2006


Tom Dixon’s booth was mostly about lighting this year. Featuring Angle, a cantilevered directional task light designed to slip under sofas, quilted Slouch chair, solid wood Low Slab table, hand-beaten-brass Beat Light, wire frame Cage Light and pendant Pipe Light.

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Angle cantilevered, directional task light made of bent extruded aluminum in off-white powder coating. It's designed to allow it to easily slip under sofas and tables.


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Slouch chair and Low Slab table. Slouch's quilted pattern was borrowed from high performance British sports and outdoor apparel. When Slab is put together with 2 more tables, it can form either a long configuration or an extra large, square low table.


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Hand-beaten brass Beat Light pendant inspired by hammered metal Indian temple roofs.


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Unidentified floor lamp.


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Cage Light, part of a collection of wire floor and table lights with light shades. "The simple shade is contained and protected inside the structurally wire frame, making Cage Light both practical and decorative.".


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Pipe Light.


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Cone Light in the background and Link Easy Chairs in the front.


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