Tom Dixon

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Knud Holscher sanitary ware in stainless steel and the fat lever handle in charcoal. Studio, Home, Johannes, Dixon, Charcoal, Sanitary, Steel, Tom Dixon
Johanne's bathroom
Knud Holscher sanitary ware in stainless steel and the fat lever handle in charcoal.
The Fat lever handle in charcoal from the Tom Dixon collection. Lever Handle, Handle, Lever, Toms, Collection
Johanne's bathroom
The Fat lever handle in charcoal from the Tom Dixon collection.
The Fat lever handle in charcoal Doors, Door Handles, Residential
Luke Arthur Wells x Fat
The Fat lever handle in charcoal
Décor, Home Décor, Decor
Fat lever handle charcoal
The Fat lever handle in electric blue Architecture, Tours, London, Hardware, Electric Blue, Door Knockers, Door Handle
The Fat display at LDF
The Fat lever handle in electric blue
The display was placed in the Coal Drops Yard Tom Dixon shop during London Design Week 2021 Design, Interior, Interior Design, Shop Lighting, Display, Cross Shop, Interior Design Requirements, Architect
The Fat display at LDF
The display was placed in the Coal Drops Yard Tom Dixon shop during London Design Week 2021
The Fat door knocker in electric blue Polished Brass, Door Stop, Store, British Design
Fat display at LDF
The Fat door knocker in electric blue
Minimalism, Barcelona, Angouleme, Futuristic
BSF concept store
Branding Design, Concept, Curved Lines, Unique Destination, Shapes
BSF concept store
Fat animation
Classic, Neon
Fat door knocker
Fat, Design Studio, Planer, Pill
Fat lever handle
Milan, Industrial Design, Interior Designers, Design District
Tom Dixon
Interior designer Etiénne Richon from Détail Studio is the man behind this astonishing project. The biggest challenge he faced during this project, was to create a unique place that insinuated the feeling of being in space, but at the same time emphasized the shoe collection in the best possible way. Bathtub, Store Design Interior, Mirror Door
Fat lever handle
Interior designer Etiénne Richon from Détail Studio is the man behind this astonishing project. The biggest challenge he faced during this project, was to create a unique place that insinuated the feeling of being in space, but at the same time emphasized the shoe collection in the best possible way.
The selection of sneakers is just as impressive as the stores interior design; futuristic minimalism with curved lines and rounded shapes. Electric blue is the theme throughout the entire space, and the doors are adorned with the Fat lever handle in the same colour from the Tom Dixon collection. Trainers, Sneakers, Big Challenge
FAT collection
The selection of sneakers is just as impressive as the stores interior design; futuristic minimalism with curved lines and rounded shapes. Electric blue is the theme throughout the entire space, and the doors are adorned with the Fat lever handle in the same colour from the Tom Dixon collection.
Together with British designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, heritage Danish architectural ironmongery brand d line is launching FAT, a new line of hardware. Seen here is the FAT flush pull. Accessories, D Line, Design Research, Product Launch
FAT collection
Together with British designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, heritage Danish architectural ironmongery brand d line is launching FAT, a new line of hardware. Seen here is the FAT flush pull.
Different escutcheons from the Fat collections Soap Dispensers, Holder Black, Roll Holder, Brush Holder, Collections
Fat key escutcheons
Different escutcheons from the Fat collections
The Fat collection is a series of architectural hardware pieces designed by English industrial designer Tom Dixon. Angular and bulbous, the pieces are a testament to form following function, whilst maintaining a humorous silhouette and a reductionist aesthetic.
FAT collection
The Fat collection is a series of architectural hardware pieces designed by English industrial designer Tom Dixon. Angular and bulbous, the pieces are a testament to form following function, whilst maintaining a humorous silhouette and a reductionist aesthetic.
Our Fat lever handle is enduringly crafted in the highly resilient AISI 316 stainless steel with an electric blue finish and enhanced by a 20-year product guarantee (5 years on the finish). Tom Dixon uses the word ‘fat’ to imply generosity and softness of form. The result lacks any trace of sharpness or angularity and is a collection of pumped-up pieces that are simply ‘fatter’ than the norm. Electric, Electronic Products, Stainless Steel, Pull Handle
Fat door handle
Our Fat lever handle is enduringly crafted in the highly resilient AISI 316 stainless steel with an electric blue finish and enhanced by a 20-year product guarantee (5 years on the finish). Tom Dixon uses the word ‘fat’ to imply generosity and softness of form. The result lacks any trace of sharpness or angularity and is a collection of pumped-up pieces that are simply ‘fatter’ than the norm.
FAT collection
The Fat collection is a series of architectural hardware pieces designed by English industrial designer Tom Dixon. Angular and bulbous, the pieces are a testament to form following function, whilst maintaining a humorous silhouette and a reductionist aesthetic.
FAT collection
The Fat collection is a series of architectural hardware pieces designed by English industrial designer Tom Dixon. Angular and bulbous, the pieces are a testament to form following function, whilst maintaining a humorous silhouette and a reductionist aesthetic. Pictured here is the FAT lever handle.
FAT collection
Together with British designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, heritage Danish architectural ironmongery brand d line is launching FAT, a new line of hardware. Pictured here is the FAT door knocker
Pieces from the Fat collection Line
d line x Tom Dixon
Pieces from the Fat collection
Together with British designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, heritage Danish architectural ironmongery brand d line is launching FAT, a new line of hardware. Pictured here are the FAT pull handles in brass and electric blue. Dezeen, Bjarke Ingels, Warm Design, Line Design, 316 Stainless Steel
FAT collection
Together with British designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, heritage Danish architectural ironmongery brand d line is launching FAT, a new line of hardware. Pictured here are the FAT pull handles in brass and electric blue.
Together with British designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, heritage Danish architectural ironmongery brand d line is launching FAT, a new line of hardware. Pictured here are the FAT pull handles. Door Accessories
FAT collection
Together with British designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, heritage Danish architectural ironmongery brand d line is launching FAT, a new line of hardware. Pictured here are the FAT pull handles.
FAT collection
The Fat collection is a series of architectural hardware pieces designed by English industrial designer Tom Dixon. Angular and bulbous, the pieces are a testament to form following function, whilst maintaining a humorous silhouette and a reductionist aesthetic.
FAT door stops Metal, Door Stops, Interior Projects
FAT collection
FAT door stops