London’s new luxury address – designed by Tom Dixon

Whilst British designer Tom Dixon is renowned for his lighting and furniture collections, his more recent business – Design Research Studio – has been quietly making waves. It specialises in high concept interiors, large scale installations and architectural design and has worked on projects such as the Mondrian London, Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa restaurant and the Metropolitan Wharf. This studio is now behind a new flagship residential project in London.

Greenwich Peninsula has being earmarked as London’s future luxury enclave and in a unique decision, just one developer, Knight Dragon, is in charge of building the entire 200 acre Peninsula.  Whilst the project won’t be completed for another 25 years, the No. 2 at Upper Riverside apartment building will be one of the first projects to reach completion. Its 35 ‘limited-edition’ apartments are already for sale and are expected to be ready for occupancy in 2018.

Designed by SOM architects (Skidmore Owings & Merrill) and Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, these apartments comprise a series of double-height lofts, studios and three penthouses measuring a huge 2,485 square feet excluding terrace areas. Within each of these spaces will be a bespoke Tom Dixon kitchen with custom-designed enamel splash-backs and copper kitchen cabinetry. However, there is also a reference to historic London, with the bathroom tiles referencing traditional glazed London brick.

Take a look:

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Image from here.

Maison & Objet’s Designer of the Year: Tom Dixon

Above: A cluster of Etch Shades at McCann Erickson Offices.

British lighting, furniture and accessories designer, Tom Dixon, aims to ‘illuminate and furnish the future’. In his own words, he is ‘obsessed with honest materials and a commitment to innovative design’.

The designer took out Paris’ prestigious Maison & Object ‘Designer of the Year 2014’ gong. The show is a reference event for the interior design industry and held twice yearly in Paris, and from March 2014, also in Singapore.

Born in Tunisia, Tom moved to England in 1963. He dropped out of Chelsea School of Art to play bass in the band ‘Funkapolitan’ before teaching himself welding and going on to produce furniture.

He later set up ‘Space’ as a creative think-tank and shop front for himself and other young designers, worked for the Italian giant Cappellini, set up his own company ‘Eurolounge’, was appointed Head of Design by Habitat in 1998 and later became Creative Director of the company.

Since setting up his own eponymous design company in 2002, Tom’s work became even more prominent. The Tom Dixon brand gave him a platform to produce iconic designs such as the Mirror Ball, Copper Shade, Wingback chair and Beat Light (pictured below).

Tom’s work has been acquired by the world’s most famous museums and are now in permanent collections across the globe including the Victoria & Albert MuseumMuseums of Modern Art New York and Tokyo and Centre Beaubourg (Pompidou). Take a look at his unique designs below.

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Beat Lights and Slab Chairs, both by Tom Dixon

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Beat Lights.

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Cast Jack and Scent London.

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Beat Light Tall.

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A cluster of geometric Etch Shades.

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Cast Jack and Scent Royalty.

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Beat Lights 

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In Situ: The Dock Kitchen

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The Copper Shade.

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The Beat Light.

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Central Park. Uses Tom Dixon Blow Light Copper.

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Beat Light, by Tom Dixon.

 Pictures from Tom Dixon on Pinterest.

What’s new in the world of design: March 2018

Innovation, colour and play are at the heart of this month’s global design wrap. New releases, new materials and new concepts take centre-stage as we look around the world at the best and latest in design. From precious phone covers, to quirky pop up markets – take a look…

Tom Dixon’s new additions to SUPER TEXTURE

This year’s Maison et Objet saw a host of additions to legendary designer Tom Dixon’s limited edition textile range: SUPER TEXTURE. New weaves, patterns and colours were introduced via three new categories: ‘ABSTRACT’, ‘PAINT’ and ‘GEO’, while new designs were added to the ‘SOFT’ and ‘BOUCLE’ ranges. In particular, the PAINT range grabs our attention with its abstract watercolour designs created by Josephine Ortega and inspired by “scenes of British urbanism”.

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Roxxlyn iPhone covers

Granite, quartz and marble are popular choices for luxury home finishes, but have you ever considered protecting your phone with these ‘rock solid’ materials? Well now you can. Roxxlyn has replaced the typical plastic and rubber phone cases with quarried minerals as old as 350 million years. Now your phone cover can be as precious as the data it protects.

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Images above from here.

Bisazza 2018 Collection

Bisazza launched its 2018 Collection with new Mosaics, Wood, Ceramics and Cementiles designs, including a collection dedicated entirely to pools and centered around floral designs to contemporary abstracts. Highlights include new designs for the Cementiles flooring collection by American architect and set designer David Rockwell, and nature-inspired mosaic décors by Australian designer Greg Natale. One of our favourites in this year’s collection is the Onde 20 Blu, which was created using an original design by Emilio Pucci (pictured last in the series of images below).

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Marni Market
Luxury brand Marni is bringing quirkiness and excitement to Paris, with its ‘Marni Market’ pop up shop. Over the course of five months, the market will continuously reinvent itself, with exclusive products on show. Until mid April, ‘Marni Playful Market’ invites visitors to throw away the design rule book as they discover playful toys, objects and furniture on show – many designed purely for aesthetic rather than function. Then, from mid-April until mid-May, the ‘Marni House Market’ will take over, with wooden, metal and PVC filling the space and showcasing the result of craftsmanship and creativity colliding.
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Celebrity Insider: Ricky Martin’s Beverly Hills home

He is one of the world’s most-loved entertainers, but he keeps his private life just that: private.

So we’re more than a little excited to catch a glimpse inside Ricky Martin’s new Beverly Hills home.

The pop star moved into the 3,000-square-foot home with his fiancé Jwan Yosef and their nine-year-old twins Matteo and Valentino just a few weeks ago.

Worth $13.5M, the seven-bedroom mansion feels warm, private and creative with strong mid-century influences. That’s no surprise, as the home was designed by acclaimed architect Gregory Ain in 1953.

Working with Nate Berkus on the interiors, the couple’s priorities were comfort and practicality.

With their sons growing up ‘on the road’, the move into this home marks a change in pace for the family.

A few stand-out pieces are the custom concrete table by James de Wulf in the dining room, the leather daybed by BassamFellows, the artwork by Kerry Skarbakka that hangs above the bed and copper pendants that bookmark it by the legendary Tom Dixon.

Take a look inside…

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Five stylish gift ideas everyone will love

Skip the frantic present buying this year and stock up on quirky and beautifully designed goodies. We have found the most stylish gift ideas that even the hardest people to buy for will love. Take a look…

1.For the stylish puzzle lover: Brass Puzzle from The Cool Hunter

Comprised of six notched brass bars to create a unified ‘jack’ shape, this Brass Puzzle interlocks in only one way. Let your puzzle loving family member or friend take this apart, then try to figure out how to put it back together. It doubles as a paperweight and sculpture too!

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Let that book lover organise their collection in style with these marble bookends by Danish design house, Kristina Dam Studio. Both a sculpture and a bookend, these marble pieces play with shape and repetition.

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3. For the stylish furry friend: Tiffany & Co collars

Who said your pet can’t look as stylish as you? Tiffany & Co have the solution, with pet accessories crafted from  Italian leather and finished with custom hardware for a luxurious look and feel. You might just want to ensure you have it engraved on the back with your address, as the front has the brand’s signature inscription: “If found, please return to Tiffany & Co, New York.”

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 4. For the stylish cook: Di Martino x Dolce & Gabbana Pasta Pack

Cook in style with a gift pack by the giants of the pasta world,  Di Martino. They have collaborated with Dolce & Gabbana to create a fresh new look for their brand, celebrating the colours, symbols and monuments  of Italy. The limited edition gift packs are a ‘postcard from Italy’ with 5 of the new-look packs of pasta and an apron designed by Dolce & Gabbana.

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5. Home the stylish homebody: Tom Dixon Materialism home fragrance range

For a home fragrance that not only smells great, but looks stunning too, we love the new ‘Materialism’ range from Tom Dixon. Choose from ‘Alloy’ – gravity cast aluminium vessels, ‘Oil’ – glass vessels, mouth blown into a metal mould and painted with an iridescent finish, ‘Quartz’ – glass vessels that are pulled, pressed and stretched in unexpectedly complex shapes, and ‘Stone’ – marble vessels turned and polished to create a smooth, even finish.

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Celebrity Insider: Robert Downey Jr.’s quirky Hamptons home

‘Kaleidoscopic’ seems a fitting word to describe the home of actor and singer Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, film producer Susan Downey.

You know this isn’t going to be your traditional Hamptons home right from the start, with the larger than life praying-mantis sculpture by Andrius Petkus greeting you in the front yard.

Then there’s the exterior of the home itself: a late–19th century windmill, originally built for show and later converted into a functional residence.

So what inspired the decision behind this far from normal home?

The Downeys told Architectural Digest they didn’t want something they had seen “a million times”:

We didn’t set out to do something conspicuously wacky. We just enjoy a bit of whimsy and fun. And we definitely don’t like boring.

Boring it’s certainly not. The home revolves around collaborations with many artists. There are tens of original artworks, from the likes of Ati Sedgwick, Pascó The GreatStan Ynry and Osgemeos. Then, there’s the colourful wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries, custom upholstery by Clarence HouseToyine Sellers, and Fishman’s Fabrics, and the amazing full wall-size artwork – reminiscent of Japenese Ukiyo-e art – by German painter Thomas de Leliwa. We even spy some pendants by legendary lighting designer Tom Dixon.

The colour continues into the Downeys’ three-year-old daughter Avri’s bathroom: custom polka dot Pratt & Larson tiles cover the floor and walls and there’s even a blush pink ceiling!

Set your imagination free and a take a look…

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What’s new in the world of design: July 2017

In this month’s wrap up of the latest and greatest in design, we have a strong theme of colour. From the Pantone colour predictions for 2018, to an intensely colourful and unconventional supermarket, a stunning new agate-inspired tile range to an amazing sea of colourful orbs that change in hue when touched – installed at the National Gallery Singapore, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to colour this month. Read on.

Cologne’s colourful Solera supermarket.

Sevillian entrepreneur Pepa Bascón brought in creative consultancy Masquespacio to reimagine the way shoppers experience her Spanish produce supermarket in the heart of Cologne. Being a Spanish supermarket and in recognition of the growing Spanish gastronomie movement in Germany, Masquespacio used a distinctly Mediterranean flair throughout the interiors. This is certainly one of the most colourful and fun loving supermarkets we have ever come across…

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Images from here.

The Campana Brothers’ Bisazza CEMENTILES range, Brazilian Agata
We love to keep up with the latest in tile design, and the new collection by Bisazza is something special. ‘CEMENTILES‘ is “designed to celebrate the decorative style of the past through expressive artistic language that reveals the creative genius of each of the project designers”. The latest designers to collaborate with Bisazza for this forward thinking range – and add their names alongside Tom Dixon, Jaime Hayon and more – are the Campana Brothers.
Fernando and Humberto Campana were inspired by the formations found inside the Agate Geode gemstone. The contemporary pattern of the tiles see the interior rock layers laid bare, showing off its natural petrified deposits. The Campana Brothers said they “wanted to create a dialogue between the layers found in the interior of the rock to compose a colourful and versatile collection that can be applied in a vast array of environments.”

Bisazza CEMENTILES are made entirely by hand using high-strength cement blended with coloured oxides. Brazilian Agata is available in four colour choices: green, yellow, red and blue.

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Pantone Colour of the Year Influences for 2018
While we still have several months until the official 2018 Pantone Colour of the Year is announced, this didn’t stop the executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, Leatrice Eiseman, sharing the most influential colours of 2018. Speaking at the International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago, Eiseman revealed the eight palettes for home and interiors that we’ll be seeing in the year ahead, saying that the institute has distilled the ‘complex universe of colour concepts into eight distinctively designed palettes’. Explore below.

Verdure

A progression from the 2017 Colour of the Year, Greenery, Verdure is a symbol of health and a reference to natural vegetal colours, plus berry-like purples and blues.

Resourceful

A combination of the contrasting sides of the colour wheel, this palette draws on blues and oranges and using what you already have to decorate.

Playful

Bright, quirky and fun, this colour palette includes hues such as ‘Lime Popsicle’, ‘Green Flash’ and ‘Minion Yellow’.

Discretion

Soft pink remains a key colour from 2016 and this year, and will be used for understated, pared-back interiors. This is all about desaturated tones and is the opposite of Playful.

Far-fetched

2017 is seeing a huge focus on earthy tones, particularly terracotta. This focus will continue into 2018 with earthy, rosy deep tones that ’embrace many difference cultures’.

Intricacy

Another key focus in design this year is metallics. They are brushed metals rather than the glossy, polished versions we have seen in years before. Think a sophisticated palette of black and gold.

Intensity

Using power for drama, power and strength is what this colour palette is all about. Turn up the deep reds, oranges and plums for a huge amount of depth and sophistication.

Tech-nique

Finally, a nice fit with the ‘Intricacy’ palette is this one: Tech-nique, with Eiseman citing ‘iridescent, pearlized and translucent’ finishes being the new go-to. This palette includes tones like bright turquoise, pink, and purple.

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Teamlab’s ‘Homogenizing and Transforming World’

Combining futuristic aesthetics, strong use of colour and interactive technology, Teamlab has launched its fifth and largest iteration of its art installation: ‘Homogenizing and Transforming World‘. On show at the National Gallery Singapore until October 8th 2017, this installation allows visitors to surround themselves in a sea of colourful orbs that, when touched, change in colour, and in turn alter the hue of the entire room. Teamlab said this project is about humans being “intermediaries for information, and the instant the information spreads, the world unites — transforming it in an instant”.

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Images from here.

What’s new in the world of design: March 2017

This month, we look at products and spaces that challenge the traditional and mainstream notions of design. From gnarly looking pottery to an exhibition based on redemption and spaces that challenge norms, the design industry – and the people behind it – never stand still.

1.Tom Dixon launches new accessories range

Never one to play it safe or do the expected, Tom Dixon has launched his latest collection: this time catering to the bathroom and kitchen. And no, it’s not just a lighting range, it includes hand washes and balms, storage solutions and even a washing up liquid. Dixon says the range was inspired by the hotel bathrooms, spas, apartments and restaurants his design studio team have been working on.

“After working on some of the harder, tougher components of lighting and storage, it all felt a bit incomplete without looking at the softer elements… so it seemed only natural to start thinking of the lotions and potions of this most cleansing of spaces,” said Dixon.

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2. Alice McCALL’s Emporium Melbourne store

A visual delight, the new Alice McCALL store at Melbourne’s Emporium shopping complex is now open. Each of the brand’s boutiques have their own unique look. This store features a monochromatic colour theme offset with brass. Designed by Studio Wonder, their aim was to create a “striking, graphic, minimal space offset with polished brass archways ribboning around the store to highlight the colourful, feminine collections”.

Soft grey and white checkerboard tiles, a solid marble counter and velvet pouffes all have a classic appeal, while more modern touches are introduced through Douglas and Bec stools and a pendant by Jamie Gray for Matter Made.

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Images: Studio Wonder. Photography by Tom Blachford.

3. Works by Takuro Kuwata 

Japanese artist Takuro Kuwata redefines the idea of pottery. His surfaces are thickly coated in glaze, which explodes when baked, he adds stones to his clay that puncture the surface when fired, he chooses unusual colour combinations, and he works with needles to create texture on his designs. As a result, his creations look like space objects or living things from another planet. The artist says he likes his work to evoke a sense of ‘irreverence and visual ecstasy’ – and that they do!

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4. ‘There is Hope to the Last Flower‘ exhibition by Julian Meagher

Now on at the Olsen Gallery, see the work of former medical doctor and now artist, Julian Meagher. The director of Chalk Horse Gallery in Sydney creates unique oil paintings that explore personal and inherited history, including links to our national identity. His latest collection focuses on poignant themes of redemption and extinction. Matte black bottles create a magnetic centre while metallic reflections provide glamour.

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Photos: Mim Stirling from here.

 

Inside four of this year’s fabulous Spring Racing marquees

While all eyes may be on the many celebrities attending this year’s Spring Racing Carnival in Melbourne, including Tim Cahill, Jessica Gomes and Usain Bolt, the marquees housing these guests have been meticulously pulled together by some of the nation’s best design and experiential minds.

More than 310,000 people are expected to attend the Melbourne Cup Carnival, and corporate sponsors in ‘The Birdcage’ are once again competing for the unofficial ‘best on ground’ award from punters. Take a look inside four of our favourite marquees of 2016…

Mumm Marquee

Special features: A beach club party theme, a four-metre-long oval pool and a ‘Rosé Soleil’ performance.

We love: The pairing of aerial stunts and synchronised swimming with vocals from Australian singer-songwriter Paris Wells.

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Lavazza Marquee

Special features: A 360 degree recreation of Milan’s mid-century shopping arcade, Galleria, designed by Neale Whitaker.
We love: The traditional terracotta flooring, the Tom Dixon-esque chandelier and the cafe-style seating and pot-plants that complete the mall aesthetic. 39cb2f6100000578-3881120-image-a-40_1477630575774

 Myer Marquee

Special features: A French atelier-theme, a ‘By Appointment’ bar and 5,000 glasses of G.H.Mumm French Champagne.

We love: The very Spring colour palette of copper, tan, mint and blush, complete with multiple floral arrangements and a 7 metre-long copper table known as ‘The Botanist’s Table’, where guests will enjoy freshly shucked oysters, Fresh tuna sashimi, pistachio gelato and more.

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Wolf Blass Marquee

Special features: A partnership with artist David Bromley (of Bromley & Co – who we featured here), saw this marquee turned into a whimsical artist’s studio, with furnishings including ornate Victorian-era pieces and Bromley’s own antiques.

We love: That the collaboration extended as far as three special edition ‘Bromley by Wolf Blass’ wines, which guests will be the first to taste.

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Images from here.

Products of the month: May 2016

This month, we have gathered our favourite finds to help you bring 2016’s winter styling trends into your home. Think natural fibres, soft pastel colours, reflective brass and coppers and, of course, the prevailing trend of the past year: marble. Take a look…

1. Kate & Kate Helena Alpaca Blanket, $299. 

Woven from one of nature’s most luxurious fibres, Kate & Kate’s Alpaca blanket is heirloom quality and incredibly soft and warm. It’s perfect for throwing over you during those chilly winter nights at home or if you’re heading out to see a winter sports game, and it’s in the season’s key colour too.helena_alpaca_blanket_pink_stripe_crumple

2. Pottery Barn Leila Marble-top Side Table, $329. 

This tripod table is a modern twist on a classic design. The white Carrara marble top rests on a crisscross base joined by a ring at the centre. It’s a great size for a side table to sit your drinks and nibbles when you’re cozying up on the couch, and the gold of the legs is very ‘on trend’.

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3. Tom Dixon Etch Shade Copper, POA.

The lighting and furniture designer Tom Dixon has long been working with metals. His ‘Etch’ pendant lights are made up of 0.4mm etched metal sheets and are inspired by the logic of pure mathematics, geodesic structures. Pendant lights work beautifully above an island bench in the kitchen, clustered above the dining table or either side of the bed. The Etch pendants are available in steel, brass and black.
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We all know Dinosaur Designs for its chunky, statement resin jewellery. But did you know that the Australian company produces homewares too? This high polished brass bowl is formed by hand from a single flat sheet of 1.5mm thick brass. It’d be a shame to put anything in it!

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5. Limited Edition Aerial Photographic Print by Kara Rosenlund, $280.
Bringing pink into your home can be done very subtly. Photographer, stylish and author Kara Rosenlund has just released her latest project: WILD. It’s a series of limited edition photographic prints that explore her love of the open road and the Australian landscape. The print below is an abstract aerial vista of the dry terrain on the fringes of the Northern Territory and outback Queensland.

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