• The man behind the brand lands on shores to open first flagship store in south east Asia, Tom Dixon in Hong Kong

    5 June 2017

    (1 June 2017, Hong Kong)British designer, Tom Dixon arrived in Hong Kong this week to officially open his first store in South East Asia. The duplex store takes a prime location on Hollywood Road, Central Hong Kong and comprises of a showroom of Tom Dixon’s latest furniture, lighting and home accessories on the ground floor with more pieces displayed at the first floor café.

    Yesterday evening, the almost cult-like following of design enthusiasts and industry principles gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the new TOM DIXON Hong Kong store, meet the man himself and marvel at his latest collections.

    Tom Dixon, Nancy Shen and Antti Hirvonen, General Manager Asia of Tom Dixon


    Joanne Chow, Director of A Matter of Design, Esther Sham, Executive Chef and Founder of Maison ES



    Alan Chan, Designer at Alan Chan Design Company

    Paul Broadley, Director of Design of Steve Leung Designers Ltd.

    Stephen Chow, Director of Benoy

    William Lim, Managing Director of CL3 Architects Limited


    Professor Eric Yim, JP, Chairman of Hong Kong Design Centre

    Mr William To, Creative and Programme Director of PMQ Management Co. Ltd

    Leonard Chao, Ms Joanne Chow, Director of A Matter of Design, and Candice Chan


    For more details, please visit Tom Dixon Website HERE.



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