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Tom Dixon has always done things his own way. One of UK’s most famous interior designers, is known for his furniture and lighting collections. Tom Dixon focuses not only on design but also on challenging the conventions of the industry. Dixon’s interior design portfolio include dining areas in famous hotels, shopping malls and other well know places. Today Brabbu, gathered the best dining room ideas found on interior designer’s projects.
The 160 m2 sandwich cafe takes inspiration from classical London club interior design styles using hues such as deep green, dark blue and rich burgundy. The brand new sandwich bar has been refashioned as an unusually chic and comfortable bolthole to complement the acres of retail within the world renowned department store.
Interior design ideas: Tom Dixon Sandwich is furnished with the latest innovations in brass lighting and deeply upholstered club chairs, marble clad tables and pierced metal screens, all from the Tom Dixon collection and some previously unseen. The result is a gastronomic oasis literally sandwiched between the two Tom Dixon furniture concessions on the third floor.
Dixon created a modern interior design that matches the Harrods style. Among other famous interior designers, Tom Dixon uses its furniture collection in most of its projects.
The Mondrian Hotel, part of the Morgans Hotel Group, originally hails from New York. At Sea Containers the hotel chain sought to brings a bold new energy to London, blending the interior design styles and sophistication of the boutique brand with Southbank’s eclectic vibe.
Tom Dixon’s dining room ideas for the hotel went from bold red to soft pink. This amazing combination marks Dixon’s interior design portfolio.
Circus is an entertainment spectacle, combining restaurant and bar with cabaret style acts, where the staff become the performers as will the diners. In this projects interior design ideas are taken from the surrealist art movement with a landscaped mirrorball ceiling and a faceted reception desk that plays with the reflections of the integrated 3d signage, like a kaleidoscope.
Dining room ideas: Design Research Studio custom furniture items engage and entertain with a kinetic art installation, hidden water fountain and dance pole. The main dining table adds a theatrical presence to the restaurant as it doubles as a stage, highlighted in a pool of spotlights. The building’s rich history as the Royal Opera House menagerie is also alluded to in small ways, such as flamingo leg tables and hairy wall coverings.