Tom Dixon is a British designer specializing in furniture design and creative director of his own eponymous firm, whose work encompasses iconic pieces that have been exhibited in museums, galleries and fairs and is inspired by his country's unique heritage.
Born in Tunisia in 1959 to a British father and French mother, Dixon moved with his family to London, United Kingdom, when he was 4 years old. He abandoned his art studies to play bass with a band called Funkapolitan and discovered his affinity for industrial design by chance, after suffering a traffic accident and trying to repair his motorcycle on his own, which led him to discover and learn there the welder. in 1983.
A kitchen tool to work on and serve from. Chop cut and roll on this slab of white Morwad marble. Ideal for use as a serving platter for meat, cheese or bread. Keep it neat with the delicate removable brass saucer to collect your crumbs or use for dips, pickles oil or spices. The white marble can stain if unsealed and exposed to dark colours like red wine.