Arkitektura of San Francisco is very pleased to offer the products of Tom Dixon, a British design and manufacturing company of modern lighting and furniture. This company has wonderfully creative products inspired by Britain’s unique heritage with innovative designs for furniture, lighting, chairs, candles and candle holders, bar stools, dining tables, lamps and lamp shades and much more.
Establishing the company that bears his name in 2002, Tom Dixon the firm entered a period of very rapid growth, doubling in size year after year. In 2004 a Swedish-based private investment company, Proventus, underwrote Tom Dixon’s business plan and capitalized Design Research Studio, a design and product development holding company. As a result, Tom Dixon shows new design collections annually at the Milan international furniture fair. Today, Tom Dixon lighting, furniture and accessories are sold across 63 countries, and Arkitektura of San Francisco became a respected retail outlet where our sales staff is delighted to guide you towards a purchase from this stupendous revival of the British furniture industry.
“You simply must see Tom Dixon’s work for it has the potential to change your eye for art and artistry,” invites Andrew Fisher, owner of Arkitektura San Francisco. “Their Glass Light Bead and Top filters light through dense raw glass to give a magical luminosity. Their mysterious void light mini may be purchased in copper, brass or stainless steel. Their geodesic digitally manufactured Tea Light Holder Brass is a wonderful example of contemporary lighting fixtures that are designed to be used or played with, to be treasured or to be given.”
Design Research Studio has been involved in important commissions in the UK and internationally, bringing forth a strong architectural narrative from Tom Dixon “with a dose of Britishness and eccentricity, and ingenious use of raw materials.”
The firm is associated with some of the greatest talent in interior design and architecture to work with highly innovative clients, including Hotel – Restaurant Notting Hill Amsterdam; Cinemaxx Entertainment of Hamburg, Germany; the Union Restaurant of Basel, Switzerland; Klaus by Nienkamper Showroom of Toronto, Canada; the Restaurant at the Royal Academy, London, UK; the Shoreditch House and Paramount private members’ clubs as well as Joseph’s flagship store on Old Bond Street, London; and Tazmania Ballroom, a private members club in the Central district of Hong Kong.