New Collection from Designer of the Year,
Tom Dixon, Now Available at Anima Domus.
Miami-based high-end furniture company Anima Domus announces its
new partnership with Britain’s hottest designer.
With a warm color palette that suits the change of seasons and his extraordinary take on the British gentleman’s social club aesthetic, Tom Dixon’s new CLUB collection brings exciting lighting, furnishings and accents across the pond to Anima Domus’s two Miami showrooms.
His lighting pieces do more than illuminate. They set the scene. The space age Mirror Ball floor lamps work alone or in clusters. His iconic Beat Floor and Beat Table lamps come in black and brass finishes. The Beat Black pendant lamps, which have recently been featured in Dwell magazine, come in black, gray and brass finishes and an array of shapes: Stout, Fat, Wide and Tall. All feature a signature hammered (or “beaten”) interior, which also gives the Beat lamps their name.
“We had been looking for the right lamps to expand our lighting collection,” shared Marconi Naziazeni, CEO and founder of Anima Domus. “Tom Dixon’s designs and choice of materials make this the right time and the right fit for our clientele from South Florida, Brazil, Mexico and beyond.”
Anima Domus has also brought some of Tom Dixon’s clever home accessories into the showroom, including the Cast Shoe, a British wingtip available in copper or black. Officially, it’s a doorstop, but it’s equally appealing displayed on a bookcase of coffee table. Meanwhile, the Scent Royalty Diffuser is an elegant way to sweeten the air.
Tom Dixon’s Mass Dining Table will soon be on display at the Aventura showroom, while clients can give the Scoop High and Swivel chairs a feel in the Wynwood or Aventura showroom.
Maison et Objet called him the “designer bad boy of the British creative scene.” Perhaps that’s why the preeminent design event named him their 2014 Designer of the Year. This art school dropout has been making everyday items extraordinary since he first designed the iconic “S” chair in the 1980s. See his latest masterpieces now, at Anima Domus.