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Tom Dixon Looks for Mass Appeal in His Latest Furniture Collection

Glittering gold, luxe silver, brazen brass, unassuming bronze – most of us have a favorite we gravitate towards. Some go bold and mix metals, and when done right, it truly elevates the visual interest of a room. Others like to ease into metallics by starting with one finish and layering in a few accent pieces to make a space feel captivating. Metals can not only change the look of a space, but they also adjust the feel by adding warmth through bronze and matte gold, or a touch of glam by using chrome or brass. Pair with furniture and decor in bold or subtle textures and patterns, depending on where you fall between minimalism and maximalism, and your metallic elements will make any space shine.

11.08.21 | By
Tom Dixon Looks for Mass Appeal in His Latest Furniture Collection
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Back in 2020, we featured a massive dining table Tom Dixon made from solid brass. Now, the British designer is rounding out the Mass collection with four new pieces: an updated dining table, console table, bookshelf, and coat stand. Tom Dixon makes the Mass 2.0 pieces in the U.K. out of super polished solid brass in the shape of planks, the most often used unit in furniture construction. The results are everyday household archetypes transformed into captivating sculptures with lustrous, golden hued finishes.

interior with rustic brick wall and solid brass dining table with candelabra and spring light pendant

interior with brick walls and large window with solid brass console table, dining table and coatrack

interior with brick walls and curved brick ceiling featuring solid brass furniture and lighting

solid brass bookshelf made of stacked boxes atop one another

closeup of solid brass bookshelf made of stacked boxes atop one another

solid brass coatrack with two vertical panels and eight circular knobs

closeup of solid brass coatrack

workshop with solid brass furniture

solid brass console table

Mass 2.0 Console Table

closeup of solid brass table underneath showing leg construction

Mass 2.0 Console Table

solid brass console table

Mass 2.0 Dining Table 2M

closeup of base of solid brass console table

Mass 2.0 Dining Table 2M

solid brass stacked box bookshelf

Mass 2.0 Bookshelf

solid brass stacked box bookshelf

Mass 2.0 Bookshelf

solid brass coatrack side view

Mass 2.0 Coat Stand

closeup of solid brass coatrack with circular knobs

Mass 2.0 Coat Stand

darkened room with solid brass table, black chairs and three brass pendants

Spring Brass Pendants by Tom Dixon

The Mass 2.0 collection will set you back U.S. $37,000 for the dining table, $29,000 for the console table, $32,000 for the bookshelf, and $13,000 for the coat stand. If that’s out of your budget (it is for most people!) but you still want the polished brass look, check out Tom Dixon’s Spring Brass Pendants. They come in Small, Medium, and Large and can be hung solo or in a grouping. The diagonal bands of brass-finished stainless steel come together to make a bold, sculptural statement on their own. They’re even adjustable so you can change the silhouette for a new look!

Spring Brass Pendants

Spring Brass Pendants

A ceiling light made from multiple bands of high-performance stainless steel in a brass finish. Pliant ribbons of stainless steel have been arranged like a whisk around our custom-made dimmable Tom Dixon LED disc. The semi-transparent shape thus created can be adjusted to a variety of silhouettes.

$900 - 2,400

brass pendant light hanging

closeup of brass light pendants

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Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.