The Manzoni By Tom Dixon Will Open At Milan Design Week 2019

CovetED Magazine 14th Edition Interior Design Magazine

The Manzoni By Tom Dixon Will Open At Milan Design Week 2019 ⇒ The talented product designer Tom Dixon won’t participate in the 58th edition of Salone del Mobile but he will have a huge moment during Milan Design Week 2019, taking place from 9-14 April. We’re talking about The Manzoni restaurant, the newest project by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio. Working both as a restaurant and a modern showroom, The Manzoni will pre-open at the beginning of April to enjoy the Milan Design Week 2019 buzz, having it’s official opening after the design event ends. The exhibition will mark Tom Dixon’s return to Milan. CovetED brings you an inside look to the restaurant and its exclusive products.

 


⇒ Discover All About Tom Dixon and Subscribe to our Newsletter 


 

The Manzoni By Tom Dixon Will Open At Milan Design Week 2019

 

The main reason behind the opening of this new luxury restaurant was due to the fact that Tom Dixon and his furniture brand, Tom Dixon Studio, wanted to have a more permanent presence in Milan. According to the product designer: “After years of doing 5-day exhibition in Milan, we finally decided that we had enough of putting such huge energy into pop-up interventions. We wanted to look at different ways of being present in Milan. With the city being so active and engaging right now, it is the right time to forget being temporary and build something permanent. Just like in London, we don’t think it’s enough to just have a showroom. We need a place where people slow down and experience our products in a live setting. There is nothing dustier than conventional lighting and furniture showroom. But with The Manzoni, people are able to experience our new collections in an active context.”

 

The Manzoni By Tom Dixon Will Open At Milan Design Week 2019

 

During the opening of this new remarkable space with a contemporary designTom Dixon will be showing off three new modern furniture collections: Fat, Spring, and Opal.

 

The Manzoni By Tom Dixon Will Open At Milan Design Week 2019

 

Fat will be available as a dining chair, a high stool and lounge chair with a unique design. The collection’s pieces were manufactured in Europe, made from moulded foam with a metal leg launching in high gloss black lacquer made to order upholstery. The chair specifically is designed to allow for multiple sitting positions.

 

The Manzoni By Tom Dixon Will Open At Milan Design Week 2019

 

Spring is a collection of three pendant lamps made up of stainless-steel strips. A special feature of these three lighting fixtures is the fact that they had pliant ribbons of stainless steel arranged like a whisk around the brand’s LED, and can be easily adjusted to a variety of silhouettes.

 

The Manzoni By Tom Dixon Will Open At Milan Design Week 2019

 

Lastly, Opal will consist of two pendant lights, two-floor lights, and a surface light, all of them made with lighting translucent globes made of tinted white Opalescent polycarbonate. These lamps have a ghostly sense to them both in the daytime and nighttime and will look stunning in any interior design project, especially inside The Manzoni, in Milan. If you want more information about this new and modern interior design project by Tom Dixon, you can follow the project on social media or visit it in Milan:

Date: April 9-14, 2019

Address: Via Manzoni, 5, 20121 Milano, Italy

Opening Hours: Tue-Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 10am-4pm

 


Discover All About Tom Dixon And See Also:

COVETED PRESENTS THE ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2019

COLOUR TREND 2019: BE INSPIRED BY NEO MINT DESIGNS


♦ Discover All About Tom Dixon and  CovetED’s Ultimate Guide for Milan Design Week 2019 

 

 


 

♦♦ Feel free to share your thoughts in this article and come celebrate design with us! For more trends and information follow and subscribe to CovetED Magazine! Follow us on our social networks: Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest | Linked In ♦♦

 

Diana-SuspensionLamp-Delightfull

Magazine.archive

6 comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *