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Tom Dixon Rock collection inspired by Dixon's travels to India
26 Nov 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The Rock collection is made with green marble and was inspired by Tom Dixon's travels to India
British designer studio, Tom Dixon Studio has launched a new collection of marble sculptures inspired by his frequent trips to India.

Called Rock, the seven-piece collection is described as a series of "weighty, sculptural and functional artefacts" and consists of tealight holders, medium and large candle holders, round, long and oblong serving boards and a 2.5 KG dumbbell.

The pieces are made from green marble, to resemble a forest landscape, and each piece boasts a pattern and texture unique to the piece of marble it was carved from, giving each piece an individualistic quality.

"Rock is a collection of interactive, playful and stackable sculptures," says Dixon.

"The design inspiration for Rock was my many trips to India, observing the hand lathe workers of Rajasthan and Agra. I wanted to create simple shapes that could be hand turned on the lathe and constructed like playful children's building blocks."
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