HYDRO is a limited-edition chair created in collaboration with HYDRO, the biggest aluminium producer in the world. The HYDRO chair is an innovation in aluminium technology. It has been blow-formed (through a process called Superplastic Forming) at high temperatures and then laser cut by robots.
Useable indoors and out, its extreme lightness and stackability make it not just a desirable sculpture, but also a highly practical chair. Manufactured in Canada by sub-suppliers to Tesla, the HYDRO chair is one hundred per cent recyclable.
Inspired by the logic of pure mathematics, the Etch range is a series of geodesic structures made of razor, thin digitally etched metal sheets tabbed together like Victorian tin toys. The pendants and tea light holders feature a detailed pattern which casts a mass of intricate shadows when lit.
Obsessed with the idea of creating an imperfect, organic and naturalistic lighting object, Melt was created in collaboration with FRONT – a Swedish design collective. The Melt range of ceiling, wall, table and floor lights is evocative of molten glass, the interior of a melting glacier, or images of deep space.
Sometimes your biggest failure could be your biggest success. The aim was to produce a completely spherical, highly mirrored object that would disappear into its surroundings. Mirror Ball does the opposite - an ultravisible, highly reflective object that mirrors its environment.
Characterised by its simplicity and bold geometry, Plane is an excercise in expressive minimalism. A family of lights showcasing a series of basic graphic silhouettes made from a brass-plated steel frame and a double-layered white glass sphere creating a mysterous optical illusion.
Opal is a family of translucent globes using our own custom recipe of tinted white Opalescent polycarbonate. Semi translucent, they maintain an ethereal ghostliness in the daylight and at night form a perfectly illuminated sphere.
Coupled with our new Tom Dixon LED, Opal emits a soft, diffused and flattering light.
Plum is fabricated from mouth blown, hand cut glass in a deep inky blue combined with highly polished, copper plated stainless-steel components. An expressive sculptural functionality for the restaurant, bar or home that reworks cocktail culture and updates drinking traditions.
An industrial-strength piece of table-top engineering designed to act as a kinetic centerpiece and produce infinite arrangements. Spin takes its construction from the robust components of bridges and engines from the Victorian era; a revolution (literally) in candlestick holders with an adaptable design.
Cloud is a family of bulbous and sculptural pieces made of highly reflective polished aluminium. The collection includes a platter, bowl, short and tall vessel which are expressive handmade artefacts that are hammered and braised in India by skilled artisans.
All of the products are significant in size, and the vessels are water tight so can be used for floral arrangements, and are also dry-food safe.
Wingback was inspired by traditional 17th century Wingback and balloon-back archetypes, and was developed for Shoreditch House Members Club.
Its expressive sweeping curves allows designers to specify Wingback in the centre of spaces as a sculptural intervention rather than merely a piece of seating.