sean dix: dix collection at asia now sean dix: dix collection at asia now
jul 10, 2010

sean dix: dix collection at asia now

copine chair by sean dix with keikko lee

‘dix collection’ is a mix or furniture designs created by american born, hong kong and milan based designer sean dix. sustainably manufactured in china, the collection currently consists of 70 pieces and will continue to grow, branching into upholstery, housewares and accessories.

copine chair

petal table by sean dix with keikko lee

the ‘copine’ chair and the ‘petal’ table of dix collection was presented in designboom’s ‘asia now‘ exhibition held at dwell on design in los angeles in june 2010.

introduction panel of the china section within the ‘asia now’ exhibition, showing contemporary design, art, and architecture scene in china. image © designboom

exhibition view of the chinese section image © designboom

close-up

petal table at the ‘asia now’ exhibition

here are some more pieces from the ‘dix collection’ 2010:

forte table with wood top

casatua daybed

florence casegoods

tripod table

factory stool

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