products   features   news   CLADglobal   CLADweek   CLADmag   CLADbook   about   contact
CLAD kit for architects, designers, investors, developers
PRODUCT NEWS
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."
PRODUCT NEWS
Zenoti partners with RUSH Hair and Beauty Salons to provide a client-focused digital solution
BY Megan Whitby | 13 Aug 2020
Gharieni unveils versatile treatment table to helps spas be ‘flexible, fast and effective’
BY Megan Whitby | 12 Aug 2020
Dormy House enhances premium facilities with fully connected fitness suite
BY Tim Nash | 12 Aug 2020
ResortSuite’s app lets guests control their own wellness itinerary
BY Megan Whitby | 10 Aug 2020
Bioline Jatò launches men’s skincare range and treatment to combat visible ageing
BY Megan Whitby | 10 Aug 2020
Twilight Trees unveils foliage-filled spa safety screens
BY Katie Barnes | 06 Aug 2020
Iyashi Dôme: the original Japanese sauna
BY Lauren Heath-Jones | 04 Aug 2020
New Halotherapy Solutions device delivers salt therapy in treatment rooms
BY Katie Barnes | 03 Aug 2020
COMPANY PROFILE

Alliance Leisure Services was specifically established to respond to the changing development needs of the public sector, education and growing leisure trust market.

The company’s core business is the provision of facility development and support for local authorities, educational establishments and leisure trusts that want to improve or expand the leisure products and services they offer.
FEATURED SUPPLIER


GT3 Architects: Placing people at the heart of our projects
GT3 Architects is a vibrant and creative practice that delivers projects across the UK and internationally from studios in Newcastle upon Tyne and Nottingham. We work across a range of sectors including sports, leisure, hospitality, entertainment, education, residential, civic and workplace and we offer strategic brief writing consultancy, architecture, masterplanning and interior design. [more...}
CATALOGUE GALLERY
   
more catalogues >

CLAD NEWS
noa* reimagines alpine wellness retreat to merge seamlessly with mountain landscape
A South Tyrolean wellness resort in Saltaus, Italy, has received a new two-floor wellness centre designed to provide a sanctuary of wellbeing that integrates smoothly into the natural landscape.
Six Senses unveils plans for rural Italian escape at historic castle estate
Six Senses has announced plans to open a new Italian resort at a historic castle estate nestled into the Umbrian countryside, in Perugia, scheduled to open in 2023.
Sydney's urban beach complex, by Andrew Burges and Grimshaw, to be completed late 2020
Construction work on Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre in Sydney, Australia, is expected to be completed in late 2020.
Upcoming Four Seasons Madrid with rooftop spa sets it sights on securing local market interest
Bjarke Ingels Group creates groundbreaking furniture factory with visitor centre for Vestre in Norway
Details have been revealed for what is being described as the world's most radical and environmentally-friendly furniture factory and visitor centre.
Olafur Eliasson, Gehl and Sebastian Behmann team up to turn Copenhagen road into car-free city park
A team of architects have revealed plans to transform a multi-lane road in central Copenhagen into a green and car-free city park.
MORE NEWS >
 
CLADweek
CLADmag
CLADbook
CLADglobal
FREE DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
 
PRINT SUBSCRIPTIONS
ABOUT LEISURE MEDIA
LEISURE MEDIA MAGAZINES
LEISURE MEDIA HANDBOOKS
LEISURE MEDIA WEBSITES
ADVERTISE . CONTACT US

Leisure Media, Portmill House, Portmill Lane,
Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG5 1DJ Tel: +44 (0)1462 431385

©Cybertrek 2020