Tom Dixon is at Maison & Objet

Tom Dixon and his prolific studio present new pieces inspired by a new interpretation of British heritage.

Tank vase combines generous proportions with glass and hand-painted copper detailing. The Cube and Trove accessory collections bring a touch of sophistication and glamour to the office, a space treated in the manner of a new cabinet of curiosities that take its design cues from industrial minimalism. Also worth looking out for is the copper Cog pen.

From the designer:
Continuing with our inspiration of British heritage with a minimal aesthetic, our latest collection features items such as generously proportioned glass vases with hand-painted copper finishes and cast iron treasure trove boxes with glass crystal lids. Our cabinet of curiosities expands with glamour and sophistication for the desktop and study, with pens, desk tidies and pen blocks.

A series of minimalist pieces, part of a rapidly evolving stationary collection. Stripped back to its bare essentials, Cube is made from zinc alloy and finished with a copper plate. Family includes a stapler, a desk tidy, a pen and a tape dispenser.


A series of black cast iron containers with magnifying pressed glass lids. Trove is a bold statement that can transform a dressing table or desktop. Not a conventional decorative accessory, more a multifunctional design artefact that can masquerade as a treasure box.


New addition to our TANK family. A series of generously proportioned vases made from mouth-blown clear glass with hand-painted copper detailing. Strong silhouettes perfect for long-stemmed roses, small bunches or larger flowers and designed to create table top architecture.


New addition to our much-loved COG family. A super-functional black ink rollerball pen and pen block inspired by the great British engineering and made from solid brass. Brings precision manufacturing to the home. Pair with our COG desk tidy to add a touch of sophistication to your desk space.


Images: Maison&Objet and Tom Dixon

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