Gallery: Superlatives Welcomed: Tom Dixon’s MOST Exhibition Is a Milan ...

 
DEZEEN STUDIO

Following their successful collaboration on the experimental audio installation JamScape at the Salone last year, Deezeen has again teamed up with Jawbone on the Dezeen Studio Powered by Jambox.The studio will record and broadcast interviews, as well as deejay soundtracks throughout the week.

DEZEEN STUDIO

Following their successful collaboration on the experimental audio installation JamScape at the Salone last year, Dezeen has again teamed up with Jawbone on the Dezeen Studio Powered by Jambox.The studio will record and broadcast interviews, as well as deejay soundtracks throughout the week.

TOM DIXON’S FIN LIGHT

With Fin Light, Dixon uses cutting edge technology to highlight form as function. The heat sink, an external aluminum component used to cool electrical equipment, serves at once as both shade and light. Rounding out the bottom, an acrylic lens diffuses 6 LEDs into a scallop-edged broad beam of light. Displayed here as part of Dixon’s Luminosity exhibition in MOST, Fin Light is as forward thinking as it is fashionable.

TOM DIXON’S ETCH LIGHT WEB

Inspired by both science and nature, Dixon’s Etch Light Web uses digital photo-acid etching to create a spherical web of irregular pentagrams. Suspended within the 65cm wide shade, an oversized LED bulb casts dancing patterns of light and further highlights the beauty to be achieved in the collaboration of nature and technology.

TOM DIXON DIGITAL FORMING LIGHTS

At Digital Forming’s Co-Design Bar, visitors get to play designer by customizing one of a number of Dixon designs for lamps and speakers through the use of 3D software. Once ordered, the customized design is manufactured and delivered within two weeks, making the Dixon designing experience virtually seamless.

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  1. Leoremo April 22, 2012 at 8:26 am

    I loved this exhibition, which showcases british design, and I loved SWELL at the Accademia di Brera too, although it was quite hard to see as it was packed.

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