The ubiquitous big gun, Tom Dixon has been a key figure in Milan for as long as we can remember. A maverick designer-businessman Dixon has played the industry shrewdly from the early days as self-taught designer-maker in the 1980s selling limited editions of his welded furniture to companies such as Cappellini to head of design chain Habitat, creative director at Artek and his latest venture: the Dock, a retail and restaurant space in West London. For this year's Milan Design Week, he presents 'Multiplex', a pop-up viewing theatre, broadcasting centre, restaurant, shop and gallery.
[B]Parlement: my restaurant and British tea room[/B]
Officine Stendhal, Via E. Stendhal 35
[url=http://www.tomdixon.net]www.tomdixon.net[/url]
[B]Studio TooGood's Natura Morta [/B]
Apartment Gallery, Via Palermo 5
[url=http://www.studiotoogood.com]www.studiotoogood.com[/url]
[B]Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologai[/B]
Via S. Vittore 21
[url=http://www.museoscienza.org]www.museoscienza.org[/url]
[B]The Villa Necchi Campiglio [/B]
Via Mozart, 14
[url=http://www.casemuseomilano.it]www.casemuseomilano.it[/url]
[B]My Broadcasting Centre[/B]
With live footage projected onto a giant wall of screens from goings-on all over the city
Officine Stendhal, Via E. Stendhal 35
[url=http://www.tomdixon.net]www.tomdixon.net[/url]