We attended ICFF (International Contemporary Furniture Fair) in New York in May, and we were blown away by all the designers, their concepts and ideas. What an amazing opportunity, to see the life of design unfolding before us in the city of life. Through it all though I found myself always returning to one man's work. His name is Tom Dixon and his lamp designs were so influential that when we were faced with the opportunity to meet him back in Seattle we jumped all over it. He met us at San Francisco based Limn's (http://www.limn.com/) newest showroom in Seattle, located on Western Ave. by the waterfront.
I was impressed with Tom before,but after the meeting my impression rose to a whole new level. Our meeting at Limn progressed to a nearby bar where we spent hours discussing design, his influences (he described to us how a chicken becomes a chair [see his drawing below]), and most importantly life.
If you want more information on Tom Dixon's work, I would recommend stopping by his website at http://www.tomdixon.net/
I would also suggest stopping by the Limn showroom located at 639 Western Ave. in Seattle, they have some really amazing peices. Ask for Eric Fassett, he's a really great guy and will help you with all your needs.
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- Posted by Polina zaika
- over 5 years ago