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Starting with one Top Designer projects, Tom Dixon.
At first, we have Tom Dixon’s own office as factory office model, designed by himself at the Coal Yard factory. Space maintained its industrial structure and settings, with brick walls and some metal structures.
The designer added his uniques touches. Through numerous lighting designs, ceiling lights that would be pipe aligned with the ceiling and, displaying several of his lighting collection’s designs.
The factory has a space for a shop, where many of his lighting collections are displayed. One of them is the Melt Collection.
Besides that office, Tom Dixon recently designed the offices for Interchange as a new space for entrepreneurs, startups and creatives. In particular, the design was done for its main building, Atrium, in Stables Market, Camden.
The office space displays both closed rooms and open-space rooms, all by the designer. Either in metallic color schemes, with silver and copper mixes. Either with some colorful schemes, with blue and beige, or a mix of purple and golden.
Being a workspace based on community space, there are many facilities available such as a restaurant. The restaurant, also Tom Dixon’s design, has a colorful blue color and is combined with the Melt Collection.
Tom Dixon’s office designs don’t have a permanent style, not even on is lighting designs. He’s a designer with a capability to adjust materials and products to any ambience he designs.
He can have lighting and chair with amazing creative curves, as much as he can have these geometrical unusual shapes and angles. And, mostly his design of a space that mixes wood and metal, lines and curves, is perfection.
This ambience has a more luxurious look, with the marble room structure, on the floors and on the walls, with different patterns. The mix of the same geometrical chairs and the gold décor, with the wooden tables, is amazing.