Swirl is a series of geometric forms stacked upon one another to create multi-dimensional, functional sculptures. The unique process involves recycling the powdered residue from the marble industry, mixed with pigment and resin to create blocks of material that can then be sawed, sliced and turned on a lathe. Substantial in weight, smooth in texture and bold in pattern, Swirl will inject a fresh pop sensibility into any setting.
Hand cut and turned on the lathe. Due to the nature of the pigmentation, each piece features a unique pattern due to the pouring process.
Expert Design and Furnishing Help For TOM DIXON
Our team of professionals at the Home Resource can help you delve through all the options and possibilities of furnishing with TOM DIXON including:
- Selecting the right pieces for your home or business
- Choosing your custom coverings
- Furniture installed properly and hassel-free any location
There is no charge for furnishing consultations when you purchase any TOM DIXON piece with Home Resource.
Tom is a restless innovator who works mainly in lighting, accessories and furniture. He has constantly reinvented himself through a series of different design lives – working with luxury Italian goods with Cappellini, Creative Director at Habitat and Artek, creating Plastics company Eurolounge and finally instigating his own eponymous brand in 2002 to rethink the product designer’s relationship with industry.
17 years on, Tom Dixon is now a widely celebrated global force in interior design with their own hubs in New York, Hong Kong SAR, China, London, Los Angeles and Tokyo. They have 600 products in their catalog ranging from lighting to furniture, from tableware through to fragrance; they are instantly recognizable for their sculptural qualities and engineered materiality.
The Tom Dixon interior architecture facility, Design Research Studio, conceives the interiors and exteriors of tomorrow. Rich in narrative, we nurture a fast-growing international portfolio that ranges from hospitality and retail to co–working spaces and monumental complexes.