Sean Dix’s latest collection is inspired by vintage furniture from the 1950s and 1960s.
November 2nd, 2011
The work of international project studio Sean Dix spans retail, art direction, interior design and furniture design. Dix has worked for Tom Dixon, James Irvine and Sottsass, and his long list of clients includes Moschino, Bluebell, Harrods Design Within Reach, Edimass and Byblos.
Dix’s latest furniture collection was born out of the designer’s passion for vintage furniture from the 1950s and 1960s.
The Copine and Tomoko chairs and Dowel lounge reference earlier times whilst retaining a modern twist.
Sean Dix’s latest collection is available in Australia exclusively through Zenith Interiors.
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